All animals should be treated well; they should be loved and cared for like a human being. Dogs or any other animals have feelings too, they give joy and help in our everyday lives as well.
There are reports of animal abuse in some places. Let’s help by supporting campaigns about ending animal cruelty and spreading animal awareness.
Below is a video of a battered dog. A dog was severely abused and traumatized because it was continuously harmed in the past.
Good thing, he was saved and placed in an organization that cares for animals. The dog began barking loudly as if it was crying, asking for help. You can see in the video how terribly scared the dog was even if he is already in a harmless place.
Last November 11, 2015; Monica Mitreanu a caring woman, reassured and made the dog feel that he is safe. She touched the dog gently, hugged and took care of him so he will be comforted.
You will see in the video that the dog was intensely panicking at first, then slowly relaxing as Monica Mitreanu tries to give the dog a signal that she is present to care and not to hurt him.
The poor dog was fearing for his life and found happiness again when he felt that he is away from danger.
This happened at Breasta Animal Shelter in Craiova, Romania. They are the ones handling the animals that were harmed and abused. Through Monica’s gentle touch, care and love the dog slowly learned to hope and believe that not all humans are capable of hurting.
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Man Finds A Prehistoric Hard Shell In His Farm In Argentina On Christmas Day
Nothing beats finding a prehistoric shell in your farm for a holiday surprise!
Christmas day is full of surprises -- the gifts, unexpected visitors, family gatherings and festivities. But for one man in Argentina, his Christmas 2015 turned to be more than just a pleasant surprise. It's because he found a prehistoric shell of an armored mammal known as glyptodont.
When Jose Antonio Nievas first saw the unusually hard shell on a riverbank, he thought it was a dinosaur egg. He found it lying in the mud beside the steam inside their farm in Carlos Spegazzini, which is 25 miles from Argentina's capital, Buenos Aires.
Who would not get stunned with this giant shell?
Adorable Beagle Falls In Love With Stuffed Gorilla – And It’s Absolutely Funny!
I laughed til I cried!
If you’re fond of watching dog videos on YouTube, you probably know Maymo.
This cute beagle has become an online darling among dog lovers because of his funny videos. As you can see on his YouTube channel, his videos have made it to “major television shows and websites.”
One of Maymo’s videos recently went viral because of its sheer cuteness. On the video below, you’ll see Maymo falling in love with a giant gorilla stuffed toy - and it's freaking hilarious to watch!
Guy Who Calls Himself the “Animal Whisperer” Takes The Most Adorable Selfies Ever!
Meet the master of animal selfies, Allan Dixon 🙂
Taking selfies when we travel seems like the norm nowadays. It is a good way to preserve the wonderful memories of our adventure. Not to mention our friends can enjoy the place we've been to as well. This certainly is what 29-year old Allan Dixon from Wicklow, Ireland has in mind when he takes his selfies!
But his selfies are not your ordinary pictures! Dixon has earned himself the reputation of being an "animal whisperer" or the famous movie veterinarian Dr. Dolittle, because of his perfectly-timed shots with a variety of animals. Dixon even shared the secret to his perfect selfies with them. He said all it takes is patience in getting the perfect shots and of course making the animals feel comfortable at first. It is not uncommon for Dixon to talk to them first, pet them or sometimes even bribe them with food.
Check out his amazing selfies with animals from all over the world!
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