A brave little dog gets rescued from the river.

:warning: Animal cruelty was done :warning:
His recovery will inspire you.

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+18 1. Geekster (admin) commented 5 years ago

The ninjas are cutting onions again :'(
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+11 2. Zebulun commented 5 years ago

Dogs are so incredibly loyal, unconditionally to their owners.

As a dog owner, it blows my mind that someone could hurt an animal and be so dismissive to its life. These kinds of folks will have a very special place in hell waiting for them.
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+14 3. cameramaster commented 5 years ago

I am not normally a violent person, however...If I ever got my hands on the person who treated that poor little dog like that...I swear...I would kick the living CRAP out of them.
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+5 4. ughlah commented 5 years ago

If you never had a child and get your first dog, you start off with a cute 8-week old furball and end up with a furball who needs a lot of attention. A dog has to learn to stay alone, at least for a short time, has to learn to pee outside, he will whine for food, for attention, for going outside, for playing and all of that in the worst possible moments. When you are stupid enough to buy a dog in a time, when you haven't got the time to give him the attention he deserves it will stress you out. But that is no reason to let it out on the poor dog. I cannot imagine what a moron like that would do to a crying baby.
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+13 5. Geekster (admin) commented 5 years ago

#3 I would literately rip his leg off and beat him with it (the guy who did this).

#2 I'm a dog owner too, and watching this kind of videos gets me very emotional and furious at the same time. I can't even begin to understand how sick in the head some people are to do stuff like this. :|


Some people will say "it's just a dog... an animal, why so much fuss?". Well it's because it happens that dogs are the most innocent and loyal creatures on Earth, which gives us (humans) class at any hour. Imagine a world with humans with the qualities of a dog... oh wait, there is, it's called Heaven O:)

No offence, but the more I know people, the more I love my dog...
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+6 6. Judge-Jake commented 5 years ago

A tiny percentage of the human population have psychopathic tendencies, some commit murder & torture. It is common for these individuals to progress to these levels having first turned their attention to cruelty to animals. For someone to produce this level of cruelty to a puppy would make me extremely worried for the future path of this individual.
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0 7. ninocka commented 5 years ago

My only hope is that God sees everything and that we will be judged for every small deed we do and every pain we inflict on every being. Inshallah. Poor Earth poor animals.
I'm just thinking how many animals are suffering right now as I write this. :(
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+7 8. sux2bu commented 5 years ago

@ 2:38 The rescuer says that a homeless man cut the puppy's leg off and threw him down to the river.
If I had seen that happen there would have been one more mangy dog that was thrown down to the river.
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+1 9. Judge-Jake commented 5 years ago

#7 It's a nice hope but wouldn't it be more useful if there is a God that he or she would stop it happening in the first place? If this individual made a hobby out of mutilating dogs, you know as well as I he would get away with it time & time again until caught by a person not stopped by God.
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+1 10. samxgx commented 5 years ago

I've been looking around for this quote of some one who said something like:
I know god should save / help us all, but in the meantime he's not, allow me!

can't remember the exact words or where I read it... but yeah... either you wait on that so called higher power...
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+1 11. ninocka commented 5 years ago

@9 and 10

There's this thing that Muslims say, InshAllah. It means God Willing. I like it but I also don't. I don't because people say it so easily, it's almost like God (if you believe) will give you something without you even trying. Which is complete BS.
Of course it has to start with us, every single action every single deed matters. From refusing plastic bags in the store, switching lights off when you you don't need them, conserving water when you shower, feeding a stray cat or getting a dog from a shelter. The problem is, I think, that there are more ass*s in this world then there are nice people. I might be wrong, just my perception. So for every sadist that has not been caught and punished for every wrongdoing he did I hope there is at least God that watches and will serve the punishment. InshAllah. :)
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+1 12. ptsantos commented 5 years ago

I cried all video he was two days with the amputated leg, the pain he had during that time.I hope the fate return to the man who make this to jordan a slow and painful death, sorry to saying this but that's what I'm feeling now. ANGER
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0 13. buckleg08 commented 4 days ago

good boi...:)