A rejected wild lynx kitten has found an unlikely new mum - a spaniel.
Kraska the nine-year-old spaniel took six-month-old Mis under her paw when owners at a wildlife park in Kadzidlowo, Poland, found the lynx had been rejected by its mum.
"Kraska had just given birth to a litter of puppies so we decided to introduce Mis to the litter," said owner of the wildlife park, Marta Kowalska, 35.
"And she immediately accepted her as one of her own. Now they are inseparable and love playing with each other. Mis is a true part of Kraska's family," she said.
"The only downside is that Mis won't be able to live independently when she grows up as Kraska doesn't teach her how to hunt or any of the things wild cats do."
"So she will be a sort of domestic wild cat," she added.