Bindi Irwin’s Daughter Shares A Heartfelt Moment With A Pug & A Chicken

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Bindi Irwin’s daughter, 8-month-old Grace Warrior, is already becoming a wildlife pro like her family. Grace bonded with Bindi’s Cavalier King Charles Spaniel named Piggy right away. Since then, Bindi and her husband Chandler Powell have introduced her to a wide variety of animals, including a koala and a tortoise.

In a recent Instagram post, Bindi showed that her adorable daughter has made more animal friends. Grace had a heartwarming playdate with a chicken and the family’s Pug named Stella. The baby is so gentle and curious around the creatures, and she’ll likely be a great ‘Wildlife Warrior’ one day too.

Baby, Pug, and Chicken
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A Baby, a Pug, and a Chicken

In Bindi’s Instagram post, Grace is sitting on a blanket outside while Stella and the chicken explore the nearby area. In some photos, Grace is gently reaching out to pet the animals. She looks very curious about them.

Baby Reaching for Pug
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“She’s got her pug and her chicken and life is good,” Bindi captioned the photo.

This isn’t the first time Grace has interacted with Stella. For National Pug Day, the Irwin family posted an adorable video of them baking a dog-friendly cake for Stella and Piggy. Grace seemed overjoyed to be a part of it. It’s clear that she’s already sharing a love for animals like the rest of the Irwins.

Baby and Pug Playing Together
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Grace Loves Animals!

Ever since Grace was born, Bindi made it clear that she wanted her daughter to grow up around animals. She hopes Grace will share the family’s devotion to saving animals just like her dad, Steve Irwin, did.

Baby Petting Pug
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“Everything we do is to create positive change on the planet and protect as many beautiful animal species as we can,” Bindi said. “I’m so excited for our daughter to grow up learning about the importance of giving back and making a difference in the world for the future generations. My family started this work over 50 years ago and I have always been grateful that they included me and my brother every step of the way.”

Recently, Bindi revealed that the Australia Zoo had been struggling during COVID-19 after temporarily shutting down. Now that they’re up and running again, she’s hopeful for the future. Caring for animals in need is such an important part of the family’s life, and they want to keep making a difference as much as they can.

Bindi Irwin family with dogs
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These images of Grace playing with Stella and a chicken prove that the baby is just like her family. Grace is always curious and cheerful around animals, so one day, she’ll be able to help creatures in need too.

H/T: people.com
Featured Image: Instagram

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