I saw that story about the polar bear and the sled dog too. Animals are so lovable. There are lots of animal stories of the ark type of this thread, many at You Tube. where they came to people to help them, such as drowning deer who get into a boat, in fact more than one story of that kind, a kangaroo even that put its paws on the rescue boat, a mother fox trusting her helpers with her babies, elephants rescued when their mothers were killed show affection for the woman who took care of them, a lion who was helped by a woman hugs her, and lots more stories like that.
Not sure where that reaction comes from, but, yeah, any creature that seeks refuge we feel compelled to try to protect. I think that that compulsion alone validates us as a species. There's a video out there from Alaska. A polar bear approaches a sled dog chained up. Predator zeroing onto prey. But then the dog takes a playful pose and the polar bear responds in kind with playful behavior.
Behavior is complex. Interspecies behavior is complex. The interplay of the two can be marvelous.
This is a total non-sequitur as Jar's statement about there never being a world wide flood since people have existed is a scientific fact. So how would him stating this fact equate to denying the scientific method?