Popeye the dog was found by his future owner Ivy Diep who described him to be “super skinny, heavily matted, dirty." She took him in because nobody wanted him but very quickly she and her husband fell in love with the doggie plus he made friends with her other dogs. Now Ivy takes him to the best pet-friendly restaurants in town almost every day.
A family of four – two kids, a husband and a wife didn’t have any choice but to jump from their balcony when a fire started on their floor. They couldn’t go outside by stairs, so the only thing to do was to jump. A crowd of people was gathered below the apartment building and screaming “Jump!” to them. Eventually they did it. Happily, all four of them were caught by the people below and no one was hurt. The story is both crazy and amazing.
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.