Kasey Boggs and her husband have been rescuing animals for 10 years now. Here’s what their family looks like now after they rescued 7 animals: four dogs, two ducklings and a cat. They all get along very well together, go on different adventures every weekend and take cute pictures. Kasey said they are inseparable and when she tries to take a picture of one or two of them and the others see it, they all come together.
Jupiter, a rescue fox became friends with Moose, an Australian Shepherd mix and just won’t leave his side. It looks like Jupiter has a huge crush on Moose, she’s always acting goofy around him. They spend every day together and do everything together. Apparently, foxes put their butts on stuff if they want to possess it and Moose gets sat on daily by Jupiter. Just look at them, when Jupiter is with him she’s smiling like crazy.
A horse got stuck in a two-meter-deep drain filled with thick mud near Wellington, New-Zealand on Tuesday. The poor animal could hardly keep his head above the mud and was unable to move when a rescue team arrived. It took the rescuers from Massey University VERT four hours to pull the distressed horse from the drain. The rescuers put a board under the horse’s head to keep it elevated and out of the mud. A 12-tonne digger removed the piles of dirt surrounding his chest and back to help him breathe better and a vet got down to anesthetize him. After that the horse could be lifted out vertically of the ditch by the digger.After some time the horse was already standing much to the delight of his owners and everyone who helped rescue him.
An abandoned pit bull was abandoned in the woods when he was found by Casey Lawrence, a real estate agent, on the property she was showing to his clients. He had multiple injuries which lead to think he was used as a bait dog by dog fighters. He was lying on the ground surrounded by bones and animal carcasses. Without hesitation Casey brought him in to a veterinary clinic where the fight for his life had begun.
Yesterday we talked about Michael Baines who lives in Thailand and helps out stray dogs, today it is about Chris Barnes, the star of the Australian film called Kangaroo Dundee. He devotes his time to rescue and take care of orphaned kangaroos until they are well and healthy.
This poor pooch was found by the police in the city of Granada, Spain after receiving a call about a mistreated dog. When the police arrived, they found her like this. They brought her to an animal rescue center and they called her Spaghetti because she was so thin. After her recovery the center's owner has adopted her. Just look at Spaghetti's amazing transformation and how happy she looks now.
This lion cub was rescued two years ago from a private owner and placed into In-Sync Exotics Wildlife Rescue and Education Center, a non-profit organization that rescue neglected, abused and unwanted exotic felines. This cub is very snuggly and he can't sleep without a blanket. He also likes to skateboarding and playing in water.
Jeff Long from Florida found this little buddy lying on a sidewalk not far from his home under the scorching sun. It was clear that the flying baby squirrel would not survive and there was no family in sight. So Jeff did what any other human being would do. He took in the baby squirrel and spent his time taking care of her until she was completely healthy. He nourished this tiny squirrel with a tiny bottle of formula. Jeff called his new furry roommate Biscuit. Check out the amazing transformation of Biscuit.