White Throated Capuchin Monkey
Tufted Capuchin Monkey
Capuchins always look mad and grumpy.
The third photo is gorgeous.
Aww so cute.
Great photos, thanks Celia.
ADORABLE ONE-EYED CAT ADOPTED BY MAN WHO LOST HIS EYE IN CAR ACCIDENT
Posted by Katie Valentine | October 19, 2020
A man who recently lost his eye in a car accident adopted a one-eyed kitten after losing his cat of 20 years, and the pair quickly became best friends.
Several months after 62-year-old Larry Scott’s cat passed away, he and his wife decided to welcome a new furry family member. While visiting a local shelter in September, the couple from Marion, Ohio, spotted a cat with a missing eye and instantly knew they had to adopt him.
“Really, we weren’t looking for a one-eyed cat,” Scott told People. “My wife was just like ‘Look at this, we have to adopt him,’ and I was like ‘Okay.'”
The three-month-old kitten was extremely ill when he arrived at the shelter, and vets had to remove his eye due to a bacterial infection. Despite this setback, he is active and happy.
“He loves toys and plays with them nonstop,” said Scott. “This cat will play all day long. At three, almost four months, he’ll play like there’s no more time to do it.”
Scott has experienced his fair share of struggles. He experienced multiple brain hemorrhages and had to learn how to walk again after a car crash in 2015. He also lost his eye because of that crash.
Both the one-eyed man and one-eyed kitten are doing much better now. While Scott and his wife work on choosing a name for their new adorable kitten, they continue to bond and enjoy their time together.
Ah poor baby. Hope they will be happy together.
Escape from an elephant: Jumbo chases after a car after being startled by passing vehicles in Kenya
The giant female elephant towered over the car and appeared poised to trample it before the driver sped away, after another motorist alarmed the animal by racing down the rural road in Kenya. The scene was captured on camera by 43-year-old Mwangi Kirubi, who was waiting in a car to take pictures in Amboseli National Park when two other vehicles hurried past him. That prompted the herd's matriarch to approach a fourth car where some of Mwangi's fellow photographers were waiting - forcing them to flee.
Sure puts the size of these elephants into perspective. You would not want the car to break down, scary.
Incognito you made me want to compare things having said that!
Life saver: Oscar winner Judi Dench has revealed that acting is not her only talent, as she recounted once resuscitating her pet goldfish with the kiss of life.
'It died when it was very little and I gave it the kiss of life and it grew to be six inches long. We kept it in a nice tank.'
Very chilled! Smiling polar bear lazily floats belly-up in a pool of water as it relaxes at German zoo
A polar bear has been pictured lazily floating belly-up in a pool of water. The bear is just a year old and lives with its mother in a zoo in Hanover, Germany. The photographs were taken by keen wildlife photographer Antje Wenner-Braun at the Hannover Adventure Zoo in Northern Germany. Mrs Wenner-Braun, 56, said: 'These bears have a spacious area with lots of water, meadows and places to relax. 'He loves the water, as you can see in the pictures. 'I think he has everything he loves, so he's happy and having fun.'