Interspecies Intermingling of the Day: Suryia the Orangutan and Roscoe the Dog attend a signing event for their nonfiction book (co-written with some humans), the aptly titled Suryia & Roscoe.
Interspecies Intermingling of the Day: A dog at the Xixiakou Wildlife Zoo in Weihai, China, nurses a pair of Liger cubs (the result of a male lion mating with a female tiger).
According to the BBC, "The mother stopped feeding the cubs after a few days so the dog, which had recently had its own puppies, was enlisted to help."
Interspecies Intermingling of the (Catur)Day: Fum the cat and Gebra the barn owl live out their days as an Edward Lear nonsense poem.
Bonus Interspecies Intermingling: Leo the Lion, Shere Khan the tiger, and Baloo the bear live our their days as a memorable quotes from The Wizard of Oz.
Guide Goose of the Day: Renata Kursa, a villager from Poland, says she was heartbroken after her dog Baks lost his sight in a recent accident.
But her four-year-old goose Buttons was more than happy to lend her eyes to Baks, leading him with her neck, or directing him with her honks.
"[G]radually Buttons got him up on his feet and starting walking him around," says Kursa.