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Dog Cries with Relief When She Sees Men Coming to Rescue Her From a 50-Foot Dry Well

There seemed to be hope and relief in her voice when she saw them.


Dogs can’t verbalize, but that doesn’t mean they cannot communicate with us. The various sounds they produce—the barking, growling, howling, whimpering, or whining—all have meanings. They aren’t just noises; it’s their way of expressing their needs, wants, and feelings to us.

Take, for instance, this dog named Ruby. The pooch fell down a 50-foot well and needed help. The villagers near Udaipur heard her cries and called Animal Aid India. The rescuers immediately responded.


When the men arrived, they looked down the deep pit and whistled at the canine. When Ruby saw and heard them, she let out a desperate cry that seemed to evince hope, solace, and gratitude.

The team lowered down one of the rescuers into the hole to save Ruby. And as soon as he got on the ground, she welcomed him with her sweet kisses.

The team wrote on Facebook:

“From the bottom of a 50 foot [sic] hole (a dry well) rose up the most plaintive cries for help. When our rescue crew arrived she literally sobs [sic] she’s so beside herself with emotion, as if she needed to share behind tears the whole of her terrible ordeal, the fear she must have felt while falling, the disastrous realization that she couldn’t get out…and above her, she weeps almost in disbelief, may be–[sic]…yes–it is help!”

None of them knew how Ruby survived the fall or how she walked away unscathed from such an accident.

Watch this video and tell us what you think.

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This Cool Device Lets You ‘Talk’ to Your Pets at Home, Wherever You Are

PetChatz allows you and your pet to communicate anytime, anywhere.

We've seen videos of pets expectantly waiting for their beloved humans at home. They sit on the couch, wait by the door, or stare out the window looking sad. Most of us know how heartbreaking it is to see them like that; however, there's nothing we can do about it. We all leave the house every once in a while, and it's inevitable.

If only we could bring our dogs and cats anywhere we need to go. If only we could talk to them and reassure them that we're coming back home soon.

Fortunately, in this day and age, nothing is impossible, especially in terms of communication. If we can communicate with our friends and family wherever we are, we can now do the same with our pets.

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20 Cute Dog Snaps that will make you Rate your Own Hounds

Can you rate these dogs cuteness? I’ll give them all a hundred out of 10 🙂

Every dog has their own cuteness. Of course, they hold a beauty of their own. The dog owners, on the other hand, believe that their pets possess an ability that no other dogs have. Certainly, they will love their own and brag about it. Who else will love your dog but you (aside from the onlookers who rate your pup’s cuteness)?

Speaking of rating dogs for their looks and skills, there is this page on Twitter called We Rate Dogs. This account is solely for dog owners and their hounds. Here, you will see adorable snaps of different canines, from big to small. You can even send the photo of your own pup and they will rate it based on his looks and your story.

Don’t worry, they give good ratings. From 0 to 10 with a hilarious comment that will make your pet instantly famous and loved. So, check out these 20 snaps that will make you question yourself if you have already seen the cutest dogs on the planet.

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Flight Attendant Adopts a Stray Dog Which Patiently Waits for her Outside her Hotel

A simple act of kindness can change things tremendously.

It started with a simple act of kindness and now they’re the best of friends. A flight attendant from Germany named Olivia Sievers found the most loyal hound ever when she visited Buenos Aires in one of her flights.

When Sievers was assigned in Argentina’s cosmopolitan capital earlier this year, a stray dog followed her trying to get her attention. However, she tried her best to avoid the canine, afraid that she might get attached to the animal.

But, to no avail, Sievers found herself playing and feeding the dog. Surprised with the kindness he felt, the pup instantly liked the human and followed her wherever she went, even to her hotel -- the Hilton in Buenos Aires.

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