Domestic Kitty Adopts A Baby Lynx And Raised Her As One Of Her Own.
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Domestic Kitty Adopts A Baby Lynx And Raised Her As One Of Her Own.

  • By Hashir
  • 4 months ago
  • 3 minutes read

Love Is Thicker Than Blood

They say love is the most powerful force in the world and it’s true and for a good reason. It’s stronger than the bond between two brothers and stronger than the bond between a mother and a child; It’s stronger than blood relations. One must think it’s foolish to even consider that but we’ve seen examples that say otherwise over and over again. To say that a family is always blood-related isn’t true. A family is when people have unconditional love for one another; when they’re considerate and supportive towards one another regardless of what the life situation is.

That is the very reason why families who adopt kids sometimes end up living a much happier life than the ones that are blood related. It might sound surprising but this is also true for animals. Much like humans, animals too, share these bonds with one another and it’s the purest form of love. The following story is a perfect example of such love. Check it out.

Via ultrafactsblog

An unlikely connection.

Abandoned by her actual mother, this baby cub found a loving family that she could call her own.

Big or smol, cats are always cats at the end of the day.

No one is ever born unkind/selfish. It’s the path that we choose ourselves.

This kitty is such a sweetheart for adopting a cat 10 times bigger than her own size. Cats are often perceived as unkind and selfish. However, they’re one of the kindest creatures on this planet. They’re absolutely naive and pure. This story demonstrates it. Lynx are medium sized wild cats, and there is no way one can imagine a domestic kitty raising it as one of her own. At least not the way most people view cats. This furball has drastically changed the way cats are looked at.

This post is a true post.

The cub quickly grew and now is twice the size of her momma. How cute is that?

Ever seen such a loving wild cat before?

Hence proved: Love is the strongest force in the universe.

Here’s to the feline family connected through love and not blood.

 

We agree.

Family is a blessing.

Ain’t nobody can mess with the momma meow!

This story restored our faith in cats. Now we adore them way more than before. All cat lovers have amazing tales to tell everyone. We’re pretty sure you do as well. Please feel free to share your sweet moments with cats in the comments below. We love to hear from you.

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