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A man on the verge of death rescued a dog with no hope. Then, the dog rescues him...

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+17 1. Geekster (admin) commented 3 years ago

Who's cutting onions again ? :'(
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+9 2. ComentAtor commented 3 years ago

it's sad how we are so closed as a society . and judgmental over one another to the point that people tend to fall inwards .. hiding inside
(i'm the same but still trying)
and i'm glad somebody is always there to help
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+11 3. mwak commented 3 years ago

This is a really beautiful story.
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+6 4. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

Also reminded me of this one again:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIlPFRsseQ8

I agree with you #2 ( I do it too and try not to).
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+5 5. Judge-Jake commented 3 years ago

What a wonderful story with such an inevitable sad moment. Dogs give you so much joy in your life followed by a day that totally brings you to your knees and breaks your heart. The person that manages to solve the relatively short lifespan of a dog problem will get the Nobel prize. You can pay a Korean $70.000 for a clone, I predict this facility will become a major business all over the world in the next twenty years when it becomes affordable and the ethics are fine tuned.
Recently on holiday I got talking to a lovely lady about a dog charity that she was patron of. I'll attach the link to the site it's called soidog https://www.soidog.org/ some of the information on the site is very harrowing but if any of you want to join me and make a donation I'm sure it would be very well received. O:)<3