This is an example of Humanitarian behavior.

bravoooooooooooo!!!
http://www.msn.com/en-us/video/animals/ranger-comforts-orphaned-rhino-with-bedtime-stories/vi-BBotyyg

I wonder what exactly, Grover is reading to Orion.

I wonder what exactly, Grover is reading to Orion.
Seems to work, he looks very comfy

Thanks for sharing great post. There are numerous options where you can show your humanitarian behavior and I would also like to share one. My sister is supporting an NGO as a volunteer, where mission trip is planned for some purpose, where one can offer your support to the needy people, where both purposes of traveling and volunteering are done. One can read more here http://www.mission-humanitaire-afrique.org about the mission trips and other activities offered by ONG shammesh.

I think this is a little masterpiece and example of symbiotic behaviors.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zfgFfC5kOs

bravoooooooooooo!!!!! http://www.msn.com/en-us/video/animals/ranger-comforts-orphaned-rhino-with-bedtime-stories/vi-BBotyyg
cute
I think this is a little masterpiece and example of symbiotic behaviors. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zfgFfC5kOs
yeah, given the right circumstances, amazing the pairings that can happen. This developing relationship I have with Maddy (my first dog partner :lol: ) has given me a better perspective to appreciate such things. An actual sentient relationship with an animal where we relate to each other, communicate feelings and expectations, even accommodate each other. It's been interesting and fun. She's back to walking off the leash most the time so there is more attentiveness and communicating with her given all the land open to her. Sure beats just marching down the path with her on a line. Though when she is on the leash, she's real good about that too. I think I found a secret to a chill dog. Be a chill owner, ... er master ;-P
bravoooooooooooo!!!!! http://www.msn.com/en-us/video/animals/ranger-comforts-orphaned-rhino-with-bedtime-stories/vi-BBotyyg
cute
I think this is a little masterpiece and example of symbiotic behaviors. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zfgFfC5kOs
yeah, given the right circumstances, amazing the pairings that can happen. This developing relationship I have with Maddy (my first dog partner :lol: ) has given me a better perspective to appreciate such things. An actual sentient relationship with an animal where we relate to each other, communicate feelings and expectations, even accommodate each other. It's been interesting and fun. She's back to walking off the leash most the time so there is more attentiveness and communicating with her given all the land open to her. Sure beats just marching down the path with her on a line. Though when she is on the leash, she's real good about that too. I think I found a secret to a chill dog. Be a chill owner, ... er master ;-P Yes, it takes patience to program the dog's mirror neural system. The trick is to try to think like the dog , not try to make the dog think like a human. Be consistent in your use of commands. The dog will learn the words very quickly if tied to a specific task or object. Establish a simple empathy by acknowledgement of your appreciation of his/her value to you. And most of all, make it fun for the dog do simple things. I have had dogs all my life and they are amazing animals .