Mae Perm and Jokia are two elephants who share tragic histories. Both elephants were rescued from the logging industry where they were subjected to exploitation and harsh conditions. Their heartbreaking experiences had caused them both physical and mental damages.
Luckily, both were rescued and were given a better chance in life at an elephant sanctuary in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Elephant Nature Park is home to rescue elephants across three countries since 1992.
The two had been best of friends since entering the park. In fact, Mae Perm, who was the first rescue elephant in the sanctuary, takes care of her blind buddy.
“Jokia is blind but she [has opened] her heart and not let her heart [be] blindJ,” they wrote in the video’s description.
The heartwarming video shows Mae Perm and Jokia playing near a bank in the sanctuary. Despite the tragedies each had gone through, the two creatures seem to display unconditional love and affection to each other.
Watch the heartwarming video below.
Video Shows Caring Dog Tucking His Humans’ Newborn Baby
This is just so cute!
Dogs and babies together are so cute to watch. A quick search on the internet will yield countless adorable photos and videos of dogs and babies cuddling and playing together. Although some worry that big and mean-looking dogs might pose a danger to such small and delicate infants, there have been many documented evidences of dogs being more caring and fiercely protective of babies. Like this video of a newborn infant being introduced by his parents to their dog.
After arriving home from the hospital, the parents introduced their bundle of joy to their furry friend. Already feeling a connection with the tiny little thing lying on the couch, the dog slowly approached the baby.
Watch their cute and heartwarming first meeting in the video below:
Netherlands Officially Bans Wild Animals On Circus Shows
Because animals shouldn’t be mere sources of entertainment.
I remember I was in the third grade when my mom first took me to a circus. I was so happy and so wide-eyed the entire time as I watched acrobats and magicians perform right before my eyes. It was, needless to say, an experience that made the world a little more magical - at least for me.
Eventually, the circus animals came out to take their turn entertaining the audience and man! I was at the edge of my seat. Their tricks were mind-blowing and it was pretty fascinating to watch them obey every word of their master.
It was, however later on in my life as an adult that I realized there was absolutely nothing to admire about seeing animals in circus shows. Sure, they’re incredibly talented but the sad truth about them is that they are often cramped and locked in uncomfortable cages while traveling extensively. Also, most of these creatures undergo stressful training and are sometimes abused by their trainers. It’s absolutely heartbreaking to consider. ...
Retiree Makes A Dog Train To Take Rescued Dogs On Fun Trips
This guy decided to spend his retirement years as a train conductor for rescued dogs.
An 80-year-old retiree in Fort Worth, Texas decided to spend his golden years as a train conductor for rescued dogs.
Eugene Bostick and his brother Corky live on a street dead-end where they run a horse barn. Many locals come by and leave their unwanted dogs there.
Not wanting to leave the poor abandoned dogs starving, Eugene decided to adopt them....