A German Shepherd Grabbed A Kitten In His Mouth – And It Was All Caught On Camera

Have you ever seen one of those videos that leaves you questioning what has just happened? It could be the greatest magic trick you’ve ever seen, a rescue mission, or a gravity-defying trick that has you pondering for months what you could have just watched.

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However, we sometimes have to look no further than the animal kingdom for these incredible clips. Animals are beautiful creatures that can pull of some impressive party tricks. Just how do cats fit in those tiny cardboard boxes so easily? We’re pretty sure we’ll never know. It was one cat, in particular, that got the whole world talking. Only, he wasn’t alone. This little feline was joined by a German shepherd. Nothing could go wrong, surely? That was until the dog decided to take a closer look with his teeth. Now, it was only a matter of time to see who would make it out the other side.

The world of animals is incredible, especially when they form some of the most unlikely friendships. Sometimes, these creatures could teach us humans a thing or two about trust. Although these animals put all their faith in someone that could end their lives, they are often proved wrong. Just take the story of the lioness and the baboon. The lion is on the hunt for food and finds her next meal in a baboon. Only, her tasty treat has left a baby without a mother.


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Rather than leaving room for dessert, this lioness took the baby in as it cuddled up to its new “mother.” It looks as though it isn’t only female lions that have a hidden love either. Bonedigger, the disabled lion, was living all alone and in desperate need of some friends until company came along from the most unexpected source. A little sausage dog named Abby soon became the lion’s best friend, and the two are no completely inseparable.

Who knew there could be so many wonderful and unexpected relationships in the wild? Thankfully, we don’t always have to head into nature to see these relationships come together. Many families all across the nation have multiple pets that force these magnificent creatures to live as one family unit. From dogs to cats, reptiles to horses, and fish to birds, there is no end to the number of possible families out there. So when this German shepherd grabbed a kitten in his mouth, no one knew what to do. How could something so big turn on his little friend? They had been together from the beginning. What had caused their relationship to change? It looked as though all it would take was a little trust to make it out the other side.

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