One morning Dora’s gardener showed up at their house with something very tiny in a box. The animal lover never could have guessed that the adorable little thing in the box was a wild boar. Dora named her Yehzu.
We frequently praise the closeness between people and their pets, but as this case of a wild boar adopted by a dog demonstrates, the relationship between two opposite species may not always be as complicated as we sometimes think.
Biu Biu is a gentle and affectionate Labrador Retriever. He is also very tolerant. A wild boar cub that had been abandoned by its mother was discovered by Dora’s gardener one day. Dora reached out to her local veterinarian for guidance on how to properly care for a wild animal because there were no wildlife rescues in their region. She gave her the name Yezhu and ultimately decided to adopt her.
Dora was first concerned that Biu Biu would have a difficult time adjusting to living with Yezhu, but she quickly realized that her fears were unfounded. The tiny wild boar piglet was so startled when she spotted the dog that she threw herself right into his jaws and continued to do so repeatedly. It was unmistakable that she made an effort to become friends with Biu. To his great luck, Biu is a dog who is both calm and patient. In addition to that, he gave attention to the young boar.
As time goes on, they grow closer and closer to one another until they can no longer imagine their lives without each other. They spend the day and night inseparable, engaging in shared activities and entertainment. Yezhu is even under the impression that Biu is her biological father and that she is his dog. She delights in being able to find comfort in the dog’s warmth whenever she can. Yezhu learns how to behave like a dog and become a member of the pack thanks to Biu Biu, who also plays the role of a parent to him.
The two creatures are still connected although Yezhu has her very own boar condo that is located outside.
Even after the wild boar had grown up, she still looked up to Biu Biu as her dad and leaned on him for comfort.