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Where in the Bible does it say God will heal or take care of animals?

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I don't think it actually says that in the Bible, however God loves all his creatures.

In Numbers chapter 22 there is the story of the talking donkey.  Balaam was being stubborn so God talked to him through the donkey to get his attention. Balaam was furious and upset. He was mad at the donkey and about to beat her senseless. The angel stepped in to protect the donkey.  The message was " This donkey never did anything to you so don't you dare hurt her."  so I think that is one example where God showed concern for his creatures.

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