Jazz was given up by his mother when he was only two days old, but he made friends with Hunter, a Belgian Malinois who enjoys caring for the animals in an orphanage who are in the most need of care. Hunter just had to say farewell to his best friend, which was unfortunate.
A farmer discovered Jazz a few days after his birth. He was alone and dehydrated. They requested assistance from The Rhino Orphanage in Limpopo, South Africa, where Jazz met Hunter and received excellent care up until his passing.
People on social media fell in love with the animals and their adorable connection as they grew very close.
On Friday, December 6, Hunter appeared to recognize that his pal Jazz was experiencing a problem. Hunter waited at the young giraffe’s side till he passed away as he suddenly started to stumble.
Orphanage caretakers explained that Jazz collapsed due to a brain hemorrhage.
The employees posted the following on Facebook:
“Jazz began to appear shaky on his legs and incredibly bored in the final two days before he passed away, almost as if he wasn’t paying attention. He slumped out of nowhere, and we could see that his eyes were filling with blood.”
“Jazz displayed neurological indications and his heart rate dropped. Hunter, one of his friends, suddenly stayed near to the giraffe once again without moving, indicating that something was amiss. With Hunter and all of Jazz’s human mothers by his side, Jazz passed away.