It is known that animals bond with humans. This doesn’t only stand for pets. Yes, as a matter of fact, even animals which are not domesticated can attach to certain people. Such case is the following one.
This lovely little squired found life-long friends in this family that saved her life. Back in 2009, Brantly Harrison together with the help of her family rescued a baby squirrel that was only four weeks old.
They did this after they came to the discovery that this baby squirrel was injured after an owl attacked it. The baby squirrel was very injured, and they took her back to their home and did their best to get her back to good health.
The Harrison family named the squirrel Bella. They fed her nuts and fruits and kept her safe. But in the spring of 2010, she was in good health, and she was ready to be released back into the wild.
The family thought that they would never see Bella again, but they were wrong.
As a matter of fact, the little squirrel had returned to the family home on a regular basis over the past eight years to visit the family. The family who saved her life became her family. Bella would wait by the window for someone to notice her.
Over time she became very friendly with the family. In fact, Bella would sit and hang out with them in their garden. Inevitably, she has become part of the family as she loved to spend time with the Harrison family.
However, Bella had a surprise in store for this family, when one day, she showed up as usual but with an injured foot. Apparently, she knew that the family would do their best to take care of her and she felt safe to come to their door.
The family took her and gave her all the necessary antibiotics and done their best to help her get back in perfect health again. And it seemed that Bella is ready to return to the wild, but when the Harrison looked in her rehabilitation cage, they found a big surprise.