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Danish mastiff puppy may not get up

Sweet dogs Danish mastiff puppy does not like to get up Who likes to get up early? Not that young Danish mastiff, anyway. How vehemently she resists her master's wake-up attempts is just awesome! "Get up!" - The Danish mastiff puppy Thor sees it completely differently in the video ... He turns, stretches and rolls, howls and grumbles, but get up?
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A foundling dreams

Sugar sweet A foundling kitten dreams Foundling kitten Ohagi was only a week old when she was found and cared for by lovely people. In this video, the little animal child dreams and talks a little while asleep ... Little Ohagi had a difficult start in her cat life, but was cared for so nicely in her foster family that she quickly felt at home there.
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Cats get used to the foreign environment on vacation

Educational tips Cats get used to the foreign environment on vacation If you can't avoid taking your cat on vacation, you should make it as easy as possible for your four-legged friend to get used to the foreign environment. Patience, sensitivity and the cozy blanket are required here.
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Dotted animals: who suits the look best?

Beastly beautiful dotted animals: who suits the look best? Leopard gecko: a handsome little guy with a pattern like his namesake - Image: Shutterstock / FikMik These animals have one thing in common: they wear dots as far as the eye can see. Maybe the fashion for the next season?
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Cat and baby: avoid problems

Cat husbandry cat and baby: avoiding problems If your baby and your cat meet, there may be problems. Fortunately, conflicts can be largely avoided if you offer your cat a place to retreat and prepare it for your baby's arrival before the baby is born.
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Little Bo big: baby echidna at Taronga Zoo in Sydney

Baby animal Little Bo very big: baby echidna at Taronga Zoo in Sydney Still so small, but already a star: baby echidna "Bo" was found abandoned near Sydney on the roadside. The caring finders handed the helpless creature into the hands of the zookeepers at the Taronga Zoo. There substitute mom Annabelle Sehlmeier pulls up the funny animal with the button eyes by hand.
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