The trio was originally owned by a drug dealer who didn't properly care for them, leading to neglect, poor health and severe injuries. "We could have separated them," Diane Smith, assistant director of the Noah's Ark Animal Sanctuary said. "But since they came as a kind of family, the zoo decided to keep them together."

What an unlikely family! Amazing how much they love eachother despite their differences.

Had to share this!


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