Weekly Photo Challenge: Friendship

God intended for every creature He made to be ‘friends’ with one another.

I borrowed this photo from Rocky Ridge Refuge in Gassville, AR. (USA)  Click on the name to visit their website, find out about the work they do, and see more delightful pictures.

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8 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Friendship

    1. Their Facebook page has some of the most amazing photos of different animals that are so close to one another, even though they are from very divergent species. They must have a very loving atmosphere there to encourage that kind of interaction.

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    1. I’ve had a turtle two different times in my life, but I’ve generally been a dog person. I almost always had a dog — up until the last 13 years. Every time I look at all those puppies, I can hardly keep from going out and getting one for myself. But I just don’t think I have the time to care for one and give it the attention it deserves right now.

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    2. I’ve had a turtle two different times in my life, but I’ve generally been a dog person. I almost always had a dog — up until the last 13 years. Every time I look at all those puppies, I can hardly keep from going out and getting one for myself. But I just don’t think I have the time to care for one and give it the attention it deserves right now.

      That particular turtle — Crouton — has become great friends with so many different species of animals there at the refuge. They have pictures of him cuddling with several. It’s just amazing to me how they all just accept each other. What a lesson for us!

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