On October 29, 2014 this beautiful dog, Mira, was brought into an open access shelter by her owner. He said that he was moving and no longer had time for her.
It was an emotional farewell as law enforcement officers gathered at the Red Bank Veterinary Hospital to say goodbye to a decorated member of the Holmdel Police Department. K-9 DiOGi served….
A touching video by the ASPCA tells the story of a family who made a difference in a neglected dog’s life and in return had their lives changed forever.
Thankfully, there are a lot of humans in this world who are kind, caring and compassionate towards animals. Here a just a few of the stories of human’s being kind to animals that I came across that will warm your heart.
Tiny five-month-old pup Tyson weighs only 13oz and stands 4in tall. His owner Rosemarie McLinden cannot find a collar to fit him, so she takes him for a walkies on a ferret harness.
Golden Retriever Bretagne, The Last Known Surviving Search Dog Of 9/11 Returns To The World Trade Center Site
In 2001, Bretagne (pronounced “Brittany”) was a specially trained 2-year-old Golden Retriever. Now at 15 years old, this heroic girl is believed to be the only living search dog who worked the World Trade Center site after the 9/11 attacks
This is the story of a rescued Pitbull named Bunny who was abandoned in the desert. It started off with a terrified dog, continued with a hug, followed by a good night kiss.
The touching images speak for themselves in this heartwarming multi-media project called Lifelines. Photographer Norah Levine and audio producer Gabrielle Amster teamed up with the Animal Trustees of Austin’s 4PAWS Program to tell the stories of homeless people and their loving animal pets.
A heroic stray dog has helped firefighters save her puppies after they got stuck in a drainage canal in the southwestern Turkish province of Muğla on June 7.