So, with that in mind, we thought we'd give you a little help with your research/study/work. Here are a few of our favourite things that we hope will not only warm your heart — but may also help you concentrate on what you need to get done today.
1 These eyelashes.
Helen is a blind calf rescuedby FreedomHill Sanctuary. She loves to smell faces, and cuddle.
2 These ears.
Millie the rescued greyhound is known as 'Sydney's first bionic dog' — she hasfound a loving forever home thanks to Greyhound Rescue
3 This face.
This affectionate little owl was cared for and rehabilitated by Bohollow Wildlife Shelter. Photo by Tamara Kenneally Photography
4 This wardrobe malfunction.
Leon Trotsky is a lucky piglet who shot to fame after being surrendered to Edgar's Mission Farm Sanctuary with a broken pelvis.
5 These best friends.
Frankie and Lulu have adapted to thecreature comforts after both being rescued from factory farms by Brightside Farm Sanctuary
6 This little chick and his new carer.
This baby chick and his friends were rescued by a caringphotographer, Candice, whose senior dog Champ was more than happy to take them under his 'wing'. Photo by Candice Sedighan Photography
7 These tiny, tiny legs.
Harrison was rescued from a stock yard by Freedom Hill Sanctuary
8 These lips. And ears. And face. And jumper.
Elsa was rescued from a freezing paddock by a kind stranger. She is now thriving at Edgar's Mission Farm Sanctuary
9 This hug.
A hen's embrace means warmth, protection — and life — to her babychicks. Chickens make great mums!