Real-life Lassie

Abandoned dog leads rescuers TWO MILES into the country to collect her 10 puppies after escaping from animal shelter

A 'real-life Lassie' led rescuers to her ten puppies she had given birth to in an abandoned barn. Krystle Woodward, 33, from Fowler, California runs the Pinky Paws ResQ, a non-profit animal rescue centre, and was determined to help the stray she named Betty Boop. But, the canine kept escaping and eventually led her rescuers to the litter of puppies that she had been running off to feed.

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+3 1. Judge-Jake commented 183 days ago

Great story, she must have trusted her rescuers to have led them there, bless her. :)
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+3 2. Burimi commented 183 days ago

We need some dog smilies!

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+6 3. thundersnow commented 183 days ago

I knew there were more puppies down there when they couldn't get her out, it wasn't that she is heavy, she made herself heavy, because she didn't want to be separated from those two puppies still down there. Dogs can make themselves so heavy when they don't want to be carried away from somewhere, my dog does that when we come home from running errands in the car, which he loves to do with me, but when I want to lift him out of the back seat (he's to old to jump down now), he gets so "heavy" because he wants to stay in the car. :)
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0 4. Judge-Jake commented 182 days ago

#3 Doesn't he have an overall weight? :D
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+2 5. wiloo commented 182 days ago

Not sure the hysterical behaviors help with the dogs' stress levels though
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0 6. thundersnow commented 181 days ago

#4 Weight is relativ, JJ! :)