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14 Charming Animal Stories That Will Touch Every Human Heart

They feel the love, friendship, compassion, loyalty and express them in their way. They cannot speak, but their love and emotion needs no language, no words.

Animals have the most generous spirits, their emotions will move you.

14 Charming Animal Stories That Will Touch Every Human Heart

14 Charming Animal Stories That Will Touch Every Human Heart

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1. Tommy, a dog who attended his owner's funeral at the church and would pay regular visits in the same church.

1. Tommy, a dog who attended his owner's funeral at the church and would pay regular visits in the same church.

In Southern Italy, after the death of Maria, her dog Tommy regularly attended the mass in the church where the funeral was held. Maria's near ones said that Tommy used to go to the church with her when she was alive and sit silently.

2. A smart parrot who before leaving the world said- You be good. I love you.

2. A smart parrot who before leaving the world said- You be good. I love you.

Alex was an African grey parrot. They are popularly known for the intelligent use of language. Pepperberg, the animal psychologist from US is the proud owner of this parrot, who is the only non-human speak our language. Pepperberg trained her pet for a long time. Alex was thorough with the vocabulary of more than 100 words. Alex died in 2007 at the age of 31. His last words were for Pepperberg. He said - You be good I love you.

3. Suryia the orangutan and Roscoe the dog were friends forever!

3. Suryia the orangutan and Roscoe the dog were friends forever!

They two met in South Carolina wildlife reserve and became the best friends forever. Since the moment they met each other, they were inseparable. A picture book on their unorthodox friendship is also released. In the picture above, Suriya and Roscoe are interacting with their young fans.

4. George from New Zealand sacrificed his life to save the children.

4. George from New Zealand sacrificed his life to save the children.

One day in Manaia, George was playing with a group of five kids. Suddenly, two pit bulls ran towards the children. Seeing the risk, George jumped at them and defended the children. The children were saved, but he died of severe injuries. After two years of the death, he was honored by PDSA Gold Medal for his bravery 2009.

5. These brave dogs saved their owners in the attacks of 09/11

5. These brave dogs saved their owners in the attacks of 09/11

Salty and Roselle were with their owners when the WTC was attacked. When the tower started burning, they guided their owners and some people successfully form the top of the tower (floor 70) to the ground. Later, they both were awarded for their bravery.

6. Shirley and Jenny were long lost friends who reunited after 20 long years.

6. Shirley and Jenny were long lost friends who reunited after 20 long years.

You might not recognize your kindergarten friend 20 years later, but they did! Shirley and Jenny worked at the same circus and were bonded. Later on, they both were rescued and separated. But co-incidence! After 20 years, they were brought to the same elephant sanctuary in Tennessee (US). They recognized each other and it was as if that they were never lost!

7. The grieving apes.

7. The grieving apes.

When a chimpanzee named Dorothy, died in a rescue center in Cameroon due to heart failure, her fellows gathered and mourned for her.

8. True love between a baby dolphin and a seal.

8. True love between a baby dolphin and a seal.

Since the beginning, Jet, the dolphin and Miri, the seal became friends in a marine park in Australia. They are always together. The moment they met they were inseparable as ever! I would call it true love.

9. Great Dane caring for orphaned monkeys.

9. Great Dane caring for orphaned monkeys.

Molly Badham used to look after a sanctuary for monkeys in Leicestershire during her active days. She had a wonderful caregiver Coaley, the Great Dane. He was attached with the little baby monkey, the moment he saw him. And he would care for him like mothers do.

10. A Heartwarming story of animal bonding between and Orangutan and tiger cubs!

10. A Heartwarming story of animal bonding between and Orangutan and tiger cubs!

Hanama, the orangutan is a happy father of these cute tiger cubs. He cares for them and feeds them. These tiger cubes seem to love Hanama.

11. The mother dog thanks a firefighter to save her little ones.

11. The mother dog thanks a firefighter to save her little ones.

This firefighter saves a dog family from a house fire. After the rescue, the mother dog came thanked the firefighter for saving her babies. A photographer nearby, captured this moment.

12. Hachiko, who waited for his dead owner to return everyday, for 9 years.

12. Hachiko, who waited for his dead owner to return everyday, for 9 years.

Hachiko, a dog in Japan is known for his deep attachment with his owner. Hachiko, used to receive his owner every day at the railway station. But one day, he never came back- but Hachiko waited- every day for him to return for 9 long years at the railway station in Tokyo. He died in 1935.

13. A brave dog who received an award for saving a baby girl.

13. A brave dog who received an award for saving a baby girl.

15. A happy relationship.

15. A happy relationship.

Gandolph, the Owl in a falconry center in Scotland never had her own eggs for years. She used to be unhappy and stressed. One fine day, the owner brought a goose egg and placed it with Gandolph. The egg hatched and the goose and the owl made a really happy couple after that.

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