Dog sobs when she sees rescuer coming to save her

I’ve noticed that Hindus and Europeans worldwide are the only groups that consistently show kindness toward animals. Thus, it’s one reason I rarely criticize the Hindu people.

The dog isn’t actually sobbing, but doing her best to speak in words that humans would understand. Dogs communicate hundreds of messages, if you’re willing to listen.

The video is very popular with over 3 million views so far.

Published on Aug 11, 2016

We got a call that a dog had fallen into a deep well in a village outside of Udaipur. When we arrived we found a heartbroken dog desperate to be helped. Watch her amazing rescue!

There’s a link on youtube for anyone wanting to donate to the rescue group.

Warning: Some commenters claim the video is fake, with the rescuers putting the dog in the well.

Dog Chained Up For 10 Days Does This To The First Person Who Approaches Him

A happy ending courtesy of some nice people in Bulgaria, Eastern Europe.

Published on Apr 16, 2017

Dog Chained Up For 10 Days Does This To The First Person Who Approaches Him

The way some human beings treat their pets is unthinkable. Far too many helpless animals are neglected, abused, and left to die. However, humans are also capable of great kindness and compassion, and for every abuser, there are twice as many people willing to step in and help.

Rudozem Street Dog Rescue is a nonprofit organization in Bulgaria that saves street dogs. Their shelters are frequently filled to capacity, but one day they got a call they couldn’t ignore, even though they were completely out of room.

Black Cop Who Dumped His Emaciated Dog in Trash Arrested

THE RECOVERING PIT BULL HAS BEEN NAMED CRANBERRY.

Blacks seem to commit animal abuse at a much higher rate than the general population. It’s another form of cultural enrichment that diversity brings to your town and mine.

Inside Edition

A police officer who allegedly dumped his emaciated dog in a trash bag in a Philadelphia park has been arrested.

Michael Long, an 11-year veteran of the Philadelphia Police Department, is accused of leaving the pit bull for dead in Philadelphia’s Wissahickon Valley Park last November. Long, 33, surrendered to police on Thursday.

A dog walker alerted the SPCA after seeing the pup’s nose sticking out from a trash bag. Photos taken shortly after she was found show her cowering on the ground, with her rib bones visible through her fur.

The SPCA took in the 3-year-old dog, who has been renamed Cranberry.

They learned she had a microchip, which they say led them to Long.

Following months of treatment, Cranberry was adopted, the SPCA told InsideEdition.com.

“Cranberry is doing wonderfully now,” spokesperson Gillian Kocher said. “She is in her new forever home, has recovered completely physically and has the same sweet and loving personality that she has always had.”

She was adopted by a man who followed her story on the news, Kocher said.

“He was so touched by her story that he came in to make a donation and met her,” she said. “He returned twice while she was recovering, and when she was ready to go home, he made it official.”

Following the investigation by the SPCA, Long surrendered himself to the Philadelphia Police Department’s Internal Affairs Unit on Thursday.

He is charged with two misdemeanors for animal cruelty, one misdemeanor for possession of an instrument of crime, and a summary charge of animal cruelty, police said.

“He has not acknowledged any wrong doing in this case as of this time,” Kocher said.

Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross has suspended Long for 30 days with the intent to dismiss at the end of the 30 days, police said in a statement. He was assigned to the 18th District.

This story was posted on the web about a month ago. Long should be gone soon.

Blind 12-year-old dog saved after a week lost in the mountains

Here’s another inspiring example of the European-American man’s love for the dog and his refusal to give up hope.

Excerpt from CBS News

BOULDER CREEK, Calif. — A blind dog that was lost in the mountains in California was missing for more than a week before being rescued, CBS San Francisco reports.

Sage, a 12-year-old Labrador, lost both eyes due to glaucoma and a recent tumor. For eight days, the family dog was alone, lost in the thick woods and steep terrain of the Santa Cruz Mountains.

The family mistakenly thought she had been brought into the house, only to realize after about an hour that Sage was gone.

“It was horrible. We just didn’t know,” Beth Cole, Sage’s owner, said. “You know, it was cold, she’s kind of helpless as far as being able to find her way back on her own.”

Stories of Sage’s disappearance spread on social media. Desperate to find her, the family even hired a professional dog tracker from Southern California to search the dense woods. But after no sign of her, Cole had just about given up.

But her next door neighbor Dan Estrada happened to be walking with a friend in the woods and spotted Sage’s near lifeless body close to a shallow stream.

“I saw what I thought was a trash bag in the stream and as I looked a little bit closer, I could tell it was Sage,” Estrada said. “The very moment I saw Sage, my heart fell into my stomach and I was overwhelmed with sadness, because I knew at that point it would be a body recovery.”

Estrada is a veteran firefighter and paramedic for the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department. This rescue was a bit different than his usual fare.

“As soon as I saw her in the stream, I ran to her, and I just dropped right there in the water, and I wrapped my arms around her and I gave her a big hug and a kiss,” Estrada said. “And immediately she held her head up.”

He carried her over his shoulders about a 100 yards up the canyon. He believes the water from the creek likely saved her.

“If dogs could smile, I think she was smiling at the time,” Estrada said.

Terrified Dog Traumatized by Abuse is Petted for First Time (Viral Video)

With over 5 million views and 18,000 comments on youtube, this emotional video has surely touched people’s hearts during the season to give thanks.

Published on Nov 25, 2016

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Watch! There is a happy ending to this story.

However, anyone who practices animal cruelty that leaves a poor dog in such miserable fear deserves the maximum punishment allowed by law and then some.

Malaysian Ranger Rescues Dog with Plastic Container Stuck on Head

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Callous Asians left a dog to die. How common is that?

This story, at least, has a happy ending.

Get well soon, Plasty!

Straitstimes.com

KOTA KINABALU (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS)- A dog with a plastic container stuck to its head for days in Malaysia’s Kota Kinabalu has been rescued by rangers from the state’s Wildlife Rescue Unit.

The rescue came after a senior Sabah Wildlife Department officer received a call about the plight of the stray dog named Plasty that had its head trapped in a plastic container while foraging for food at a suburban housing estate garbage dump.

A team headed by Wildlife Rescue Unit veterinarian Dr Nabila Sarkawi tranquillised it and removed the plastic container from its head.

The team then treated the animal, the Wildlife rescue unit said in a posting on Facebook.

“The dog was severely dehydrated and probably had no food or water for days. It would not have survived another 36 hours with the container stuck to its head,” Dr Nabila said.

The dog was then brought to the SPCA Kota Kinabalu for further medical treatment.

They have named the dog Plasty as he was found with a plastic container stuck to his head.

“Plasty’s condition has stabilised,” Dr Nabila said, adding that it should make a speedy recovery at the shelter.

Many expressed shock over residents’ apathy to the suffering of the dog that was seen within the housing area.

The wildlife unit, based at the nearby Lok Kawi Zoo, has in the past rescued distressed dogs in the city.

Many netizens hoped that the public would be more careful in dumping containers that could harm the animals in the city.

Dog Near Death Rescued by Kind Souls in India

OLIVER WAS COVERED IN FLIES AND ALMOST DEAD WHEN FOUND BY HIS RESCUERS.
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Many wonderful animals in third world countries live terrible lives of desperation.

Three cheers for Oliver the Dog, whose rescue came just in the nick of time.

And a curse upon those who left Oliver to starve to death.

Daily Mail

Lying on the ground and close to death, flies had already started to swarm around puppy Oliver’s body.

But just two months later, the pet was brought back to health after being rescued by by a charity in India.

Animal Aid Unlimited in India found Oliver laying underneath a car with flies all over his body after they received a call that a dead dog had been found.

However, when they got close to the puppy, they realised he was still alive although he was struggling to breathe.

A rescuer then managed to lift the dog up from the ground and wrap him in a blanket to take him for urgent medical help.

It was then discovered his body was dangerously cold and he had to be hydrated with hot water bottles and IV fluids.

Oliver eventually opened his eyes, but even then it was touch and go if he would survive as he had to be helped just to stand on his four legs.

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He was then diagnosed with a raging respiratory infection and had to be treated with antibiotics.

But after two months of treatment and care by the staff at the charity, Oliver was soon back on his feet, running around his enclosure and playing with his carers.

Animal Aid Unlimited then posted a video on their Facebook page charting the dog’s progress from him being discovered close to death to his current state.

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There are more pictures of Oliver at the source linked above.