A pack of wild wolves reacted like pet dogs when a woman that had befriended them returned from a two-month break.
The woman, known only as Anita, got to know the pack at the Polar Zoo in Salangsdalen, Norway, which is the world's northernmost zoo, according to the Daily Mail.
And, after spending two years getting to know them, she returned to a very warm welcome after a two-month absence.
The wolves can be seen bounding down the snow-covered hillside and covering Anita with kisses, while tails wagged furiously.
The scene is pretty cool (and pretty cute for fearsome predators). Lion man, eat your heart out...
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