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.
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Shelter Pleads For Expert To Help Save Neglected Sheep With 90 Lbs Of Wool
Chris the Sheep was spotted carrying around 90 pounds of merino wool. Expert Ian Elkins, a four-time national shearing champion, took the job and set a Guinness Book Of World Records for his feat.
Walk into the National Museum of Australia and there you’ll see, displayed among Aboriginal paintings, tools and other artifacts that depict the country’s history, roughly 90 lbs. of wool.
The thick fleece “helps tell Australia’s pastoral story, and represents the important work the RSPCA has done in this country for all animals,” the National Museum of Australia wrote in a February 2016 Facebook post.
So… what’s a pile of wool doing in a national museum? Glad you asked....
Smart Dog Dresses As Toy Elephant Has Adorable Routine With Her Dad
Couple days before Halloween, and this tiny dog has already won the holiday.
A tiny dog dressed as an elephant is charming dog lovers with not only her costume but her adorable routine with her dad. With her big ears and trunk, Tammy the dog appeared at the Halloween costume contest in Florida.
She’s walking behind her human when she suddenly stops, lies down and refuses to walk any further. But it’s not a protest for having to wear the costume, it’s because she needs to be “wound back” up. Her human comes over and uses a “key” to wind her up so she can keep walking.
“This video is of Tammy the dog winning Halloween costume contest at a dog event here at a bar in Tampa called the Strut, Wag and Rock 2018. She is a wind-up elephant toy. She keeps ‘falling’ because she needs to be wound up to stay moving. At the end of the video, you can see her cute face!”...
Emotional Moment Man Finds His Lost Dog Homeless in the Street After 3 Years Searching
To see him go from curled up on the ground and looking so sad to jumping and yelping with joy, what a delight.
Some reunions can be truly beautiful. One man finally found his lost dog after searching for him for three years. The pup's reaction to seeing his owner is so joyful that anyone will truly shed a tear.
Giorgi Bereziani of Tbilisi, Georgia lost his beloved pet Jorge in 2015. Bereziani did everything he could to find the dog, from putting up ads to searching the streets on foot. Unfortunately, there was no sign of the pooch until Bereziani got a call that would change everything.
This poor pup is about to see his dream of reuniting with his owner become a reality.