S. Sergius Radonez
St. Roch was nursed by a dog who licked his wounds.
St. Sergius Radonez and St. Seraphim Sarovsky fed the bears from their hands.
St. Francis tamed a wolf, rescued lambs from slaughter and talked to birds.
St. Anthony Padua
St. Anthony of Padua exposed the Blessed Sacrament and a donkey adored - Anthony also preached to fish.
St. Jerome nursed a lion.
St. Jerome's kitty-lion.
St. Giles had a companion deer, for which he took an arrow, crippling him for life. The deer is said to have sustained him with her milk from time to time.
St.s Eustace and Hubert both were confronted by deer whose antlers held images of the crucified Christ which subsequently led to the hunters conversion.
St. Margaret of Cortona was led to her lover's corpse by his hunting dog.
St. John Bosco had a mysterious dog Grigio who protected him.
St. Joseph of Cupertino freed little birds from snares, and gave the Poor Clares a little lamb to wake sleepy nuns during the Night Office.
St. Poodle and Roch.
How cute is that?
I think of this stuff when my cat comes along to pray with me.
Sainted priest and Blue Jay.