AWWW!! i dont know wich was cuter.. the puppies or that big grown man singing to them. Great find!
The clip was shown on a TV show here that shows some videos from YouTube (talk about cheap TV!) and I looked up the shows website and found the original link to the video, thought people here might find it cute
im not sure if this has been posted already but this was shown on TV and its really emotional... so I wanted to share it. The Lion was originally brought up by these British people who then let it free in Africa and this is the Lion, called Christian, reuniting with them later...
My friend, Sylvia, was telling me about this while we were riding our bikes together yesterday. Thank you for posting the video!
This same thing happened in North America with a wolf (or was it two wolves) meeting their human mom and dad again after having been rehabilitated to the wild.
Cool. The woman, who's from the Born Free foundation, was being interviewed about it on that TV show yesterday. She mentioned that they originally got the lion cub from Harrods in London - can you imagine?! geez... and they showed a video of her playing with Elsa (or well Elsa was dead by then but the lion that played her in the movie) in the water from the movie from the 1960s...
It depends on how high-strung her personality is and how much attention the caretakers are able to give her during her stay. Some dogs are happy as can be as long as they're with people who take good care of them and walk and play with them.
Hate to say it but others may need to be a little bit re-introduced to their owners. A worst-case scenario is if she is kenneled with other dogs who don't accept her, she is shunned by them, and ignored by the staff who may be too overworked to give the dogs much attention.
My lovable little poodle was so traumatized by his separation from home and a week in the kennel that he didn't recognize me when I reached into his cage to lift him out. He bit me hard! Being a poodle, it took him a few hours to settle down and realize he was home again.
So, just be prepared for anything. Listen to what the caretakers tell you about her behaviour while she was there, and be alert for how she reacts to you when she sees you for the first time. She may jump for joy when she sees you and be beside herself with ecstasy. On the other hand, she might resent you for leaving her. She might sit with her back to you all the way home <grin>. She might even leave an inappropriate "gift" for you after she gets home. But I'm sure she'll eventually get over it after you shower her with love and playtime.
Last Edit: Jul 3, 2009 18:09:59 GMT -5 by texasgal