Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Two little otters.



These two little Otters that I wrote about a couple of years ago, lived in a Nature Park in Nelson, they were vey elderly and well loved by all who visited them. last week one had a heart attach and died suddenly. The other Otter just lay down beside the body and within the day died too! What amazing love, from dumb animals, they had always lived together and couldn't live without the other.

21 comments:

Pat said...

Hi Glennis - thanks for the visit.
I hope the otters are happy in otter Heaven.

Evelyn Howard said...

That's amazing.

claude said...

What a moiving story, Glennis.
Several ago we saw a coypu in the lawn. He stayed over here a few day. When we came back from wirk he was not my afraid of our car. He ate grass and a day we did not see him anymore.

Jo said...

What a moving story, Glennis. I believe they're both together in otter heaven.

rainfield61 said...

What a sad love story.

sonia a. mascaro said...

Great photo! I love otters and I saw them ony in Zoo.

Have a nice day!

sonia a. mascaro said...

Me again...
Oh! What a moving story...

Marja said...

Kia ora Glennis These otters look adorable and what a moving story

Nessa said...

Otters look like they are always having so much fun.

Pooch Morning Glory said...

glennis
the exact thing happened to our guinea pigs. they were brothers, 7 years old. one died and the other one was really upset and died within the hour of the other :(
sooo cute tho.
~laura

Me-shak said...

Oh, they look so cuddly =D
I've all ways had this thing for otters. I hope they are good as the ones in the cartoons!
Great work :D
Cheers!

merike said...

That's what will happen to me if my husbands dies first.

Eva James said...

What a moving love story...Ohh

Jacob said...

Such a sad story. But a moving story, too.

I remember a conversation between a couple of otters. The female otter berated the male otter 'cause he didn't help around the house.

The male otter said, "Well, OK, I'll dry the dishes for you."

The female responded: "Sheesh, you otter do at least that much!"

Anonymous said...

Who said animals don't have feelings. We both know they do.

From a fellow Pisces, your neighbour, Vaughn

Milo said...

Hi Glennis!

This story is movingly!

Thanks for the visit
^___^

Have a nice day!

Together We Save said...

Oh my.... that is so sweet and so sad!!

Bruce Caspersonn said...

We have been to Picton, nice place. Nice blog too.

ayamlin said...

I've never seen Otters!
Oh, what a cute animal, or what!

Pietro said...

What a moving story.

Robin said...

How sad but beautiful.

I love to watch otters, they have such a joy to them when they play.