Police Officer Sits In Cold With Lost Dogs Until Help Arrives | Video


A moment of kindness in Kansas City spread like wildfire on social media. A Kansas City police officer is being hailed as a hero for saving two dogs who got separated from their owners by escaping from their home in south Kansas City.

The officer spotted them and waited until a shelter could pick them up. The dogs’ owners, Austin and Ashley Mozingo, went to the KC Pet Project to look for their little escape artists.

“I think that’s an awesome story,” Austin said. “It’s good to know there are still police officers out there who still enjoy helping out the community, especially in helping out such sweet dogs.”


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Three Legged Dog Rescued From Hoarding Situation Finds A New Loving Home | Video


This amazing dog Zoey (formerly known as Sasha), was rescued from a 60-dog hoarding situation in Mississippi by The Humane Society of the United States. She may only have 3 legs, but she certainly makes up for it with her huge heart. Watch her journey from rescue to her new loving family!


Puppy Saves Dog From Drowning In Pond | Video


A 6-month-old puppy named Bentley, is being credited for saving the life of her big sister, one and a half year-old Hunter.

The two were let out to play in the yard like the do every morning, but this time Hunter found herself in trouble. Hunter had fallen through the ice, and was fighting to stay above water. That’s when Bentley jumped into action. She was running back and forth from the pond in back of their house to Tim’s office window, barking consistently and loudly. It finally caught his attention.

When Tim saw that there was no Hunter with Bentley, he realized something was wrong and he sprung into action. “All of a sudden Bentley stopped at the edge of the ice and was staring at her all I could see was her nose sticking out from under the ice,” said Tim.

Hunter was saved and is now safe and sound, thanks to Bentley’s quick actions. “Animals tell you something I’m glad Tim paid attention,” said Lisa Cassidy.


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