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In the 1970′s, actress and model Tippi Hedren (mother of actress Melanie Griffith, shown in photo) created the Shambala Preserve after producing the film Roar. The preserve rescued exotic big cats living in captivity that had been abused or were in need of help, one of which the family created a close bond with. Neil the lion lived with the family in their home, and played an active role in the day to day activities of the preserve.

How a lion lives with a family

In actress Tippi Hedren ("The Birds"), established the Shambala Preserve in California’s Mojave Desert, a wildlife sanctuary for lions and tigers. This lions name is Togar. He was brought to the sanctuary but had never been around any other lions.

Whoever said you can't buy happiness forgot little puppies. ~Gene Hill

LET YOUR KIDS GET DOWN AND DIRTY

Let them play in the mud! Little girl and her dog after playin in the mud.

looking at this will make your day

Here's a fun batch of perfectly timed animal photos. And, since a picture is worth a thousand words, I think they'll do cutest animal picture ever

Prairie dogs' love

Animal Life on

Two prairie dogs appear to have a kiss and cuddle as they enjoy a slow dance. The photograph was taken by Jan Pelcman at Prague Zoo in the Czech Republic. Picture: Jan Pelcman/Solent News & Photo.

Sent to me by my husband for hopefully a morning smile ...  Actually melted my heart

My heart just melted…

Sent to me by my husband for hopefully a morning smile . Actually melted my heart

Zoo Portraits is a funny photo series by Barcelona-based photographer Yago Partal that pairs animal heads with human bodies.

Zoo Portraits is a humorous photo series by Barcelona-based photographer Yago Partal that matches animal heads with human bodies. Partal amazingly matches animals to appropriate human bodies and ev…

Little prayer

Dear God, please bring me more clams. Copious amounts of clams. Thanks, your friend, Otter. namaste :D

Two Red Panda Cubs (Alan Porritt)

One of the two red panda cubs (right) born at the National Zoo and Aquarium gets a kiss from its mother Eilisha in Canberra, Australia // Picture: ALAN PORRITT/EPA

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