THESE 10 Photos Prove Animals Are Just As Capable As We Are

If you take a close look at these following pictures, you will surely learn a lot from them.  

We often feel that only human is the only creature who have feelings, but it turns out, animals are capable of experiencing feelings as well. In this article, we have compiled a bunch of photos that prove animal’s act of compassion are pure and honest. If you take a close look at these following pictures, you will surely learn a lot from them.  

Without any further ado, let’s take a look:

1. “He acts like he doesn’t care, but he’s the best cat dad ever. Banjo won’t move unless Snacks does.”

Source: © pogonophobia / Reddit

2. “My cat always holds my hand and stays with me whenever I’m feeling down.”

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Source: © Percussionoid91 / Reddit

3. A puppy taking care of a foster kitten

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Source; Instagram

4. Recently came home from deployment. My sweet pup stared like this the entire drive home from the airport.

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Source: © cervezasforme / Reddit

5. Hugging each other before going to the vet

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Source: © im_a_worm / Reddit

6. After being missing for 4 days, this dog was found protecting these orphaned kitties.

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Source: © 26E4U / Imgur

7. Don’t You Need a friend like this?

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Source: © tikicult / Reddit

8. Guarding the ducks so they can eat in peace

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Source:© HarleysHuman / Reddit

9. “Digby protects Newt whenever there are fireworks outside. When she gets nervous and shakes, he licks her head.”

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Source: © adamantonym / Reddit

10. “Our herding dog spent the day guarding Bambi until the mom came! Wilson is a dang good boy.”

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Source: © GarroFarms / Reddit

These are 10 pictures of animal showing how careful and loving they are. They are just like us and they too show compassion toward one another.

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