Imagine that you go out for a walk and suddenly spot a wild animal that you used to see on TV. It’s such a precious experience, right? Not many of us, normal people have that luck.
Allison Burton is a lucky one. The woman from Kamloops, Canada saw a majestic wild cat strutting down the street. She saw a lynx in real life. Admire her?
The beautiful lynx quietly and patiently kept its way. The street then was empty and the massive wild cat seemed not to bother at all. It just enjoyed its walk and the sunshine.
Allison was a bit shocked at first but very excited. She didn’t waste any second. She took out her camera and snapped stunning poses of the wild cat.
“I have never seen one in real life, ever,” Allison told THE DODO. “I was so excited and in awe just to see this gorgeous creature walking so close to my home. It was just so majestic and happy to be in its own little world, doing its own thing.”
We must thank Allison a lot. She captured great shoots of the wild cat and shared us. If you like this post, do not hesitate to share it with family and friends.
Hilarious Animals Showing That They Can Fall Asleep Anywhere They Want
Have you ever spent the night tossing and turning, unable to sleep because you were worrying about work, school, or bills? If that’s the case, you’re not alone. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 50-70 million adults in the United States have a sleeping disorder.
That’s a lot of exhausted people! There aren’t as many statistics about animals and sleep as there are about humans, but we found some photos of adorable critters who prove that many of them can fall asleep at any time.
Tired Of The Laundry
Let’s face it; nobody enjoys doing laundry. But how many of us can claim to have dozed off while hanging our clothes to dry? Instead of doing chores, this cat decided to take a nap and fell asleep stretched out on the laundry rack. It appears to be… at ease?