Thanks for the encouragement, views, opinions, feedback to yesterday’s post. I am still angry and I am very sad. And I know no-one has the answers, but ….
Yesterday we lost a very young family member. I will not go further into details, hoping & wanting to protect the family.
So to take my mind off this, I went looking for … anything that could take my mind off things
A friend (a kak one, coz only a kak friend will send me chain mails) sent me a kak mail, which of course I sommer went to verify on Hoax Slayer. Not that I needed to. And I sent her a kak reply. Don’t waste my time with shite!
And came upon this feel good story & pics. A polar bear and huskies getting all cozy. You’ve prolly seen it before. But I’m posting it coz’ it (the polar bear) gave me warm & fuzzies.
C&P from Hoax-Slayer…..
Stuart Brown describes Norbert Rosing’s Striking images of a wild polar bear Playing with sled dogs in the wilds Of Canada’s Hudson Bay.
The photographer was sure that he was going To see the end of his huskies when the polar bear Materialized out of the blue, as it were:
From a tentative “whoo, he’s coming this way” …
to a friendly “hello big man”…
….I jus’wanna gets to know you
….and tickles you
How about a HUGZ???
Scratch your tummy?
The photographs are genuine and were taken by renowned German wildlife photographer, Norbert Rosing. Rosing has become well known for his remarkable photographs of polar bears of the Canadian Arctic and has visited the region a number of times.
Seems we’re not the only ones who like to play with big things…
But seriously, just imagine, if animals can do it – get along with each other regardless of size, age, race, where they are in the foodchain – surely we can too?