The Institute of Greatly Endangered and Rare Species aka T.I.G.E.R.S. which is located in a sunny corner of southern Florida is the habitat of the rescued wild animals. As you may have guessed, many of those rescued residents are tigers. However, most of other species like orangutans, zebras, elephants and other big cats are also residing in this sanctuary. These free roaming animals sometimes find themselves having interspecies bond and this video features one of such rare friendships.
An ordinary Labrador retriever named Bella likes swimming inside the sanctuary. It was one of such sunny and playful moment that she stumbled upon a great four-ton African elephant named Bubbles. At first Bella was overwhelmed by Bubbles presence but as time passed by both of them found comfort in each other’s company. Now, Bubbles and Bella are best buddies and always swim around with each other.
You’ll fall in love with this adorable friendship. What do you think of this video? Let us know in the comments. We’d love to hear from you!