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a-kangaroo-is-hugging-her-rescuers-everyday-since-she-was-saved

Abi was rescued and adopted by the wildlife specialists at the Kangaroo Sanctuary Alice Springs in Australia about 12 years ago—and she has consistently showed her affection to the rescuers by giving them hugs each day since rescuing her.

Queen Abigail—or “Abi”—was only five months old when she was rescued as a little baby orphan. This is rarely happening when a mother kangaroo is losing her baby, bit when this is happening humans are near to help.

The kangaroo still insists on starting each of her mornings by hugging her human family, in this way thanking them each day for being loved and saved.

Abi is still living in the sanctuary and is being grateful for her life near humans.



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meet-the-hero-that-saves-hundreds-of-koalas-in-australia-fires

He is the hero who saves tens of Koala from the devastating flames happening in Australia! Patrick Boyle rescues Koala from Mallacoota, a small town in the eastern Gippsland region of Victoria, Australia, which was burned down by flames.

 

He is the hero who saves tens of koala from the devastating flames of Australia! Patrick Boyle from Australia is just over 20 years old and at first glance looks like a normal human being. However, few are aware that the man has saved millions of koala bears and can be called a hero in the true sense of the word, according to Sydney News & Life.

 

Koala

 

Ever since the fires grew in the area around Mallacoota, Boyle has been searching for injured wildlife.

 

"I instantly found a burnt koala that I immediately took back to the wildlife shelter. In fact, it was remarkable how quickly I found the koala, ”he told Stuff.co.nz.

 

Koala forest fire

 

"So far we have found eight or nine that have been saved. We found over 10 who were dead and about five who are still alive and healthy for the time being, ”said Patrick Boyle.

 

In November last year, a woman rescued a koala bear from the midst of devastating flames.

 

When the eucalyptus forest was engulfed in flames, the small mammal was in a tree. Fire, smoke and strong wind were the trap in which he had been trapped and would have killed him in a few moments.

 

Koala burn treatment

 

Thanks to a brave woman, the teddy bear had the chance to live. At that time, she received an evacuation order from the authorities, but did not endure the passing of the suffering animal, which was heading in the direction of the area affected by the flames.

 

The koala bear is now in a veterinary clinic and is likely to escape alive, although he suffered serious burns.

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When you plan to adopt a dog or cat from stray animal shelters, you need to think, "Do I save this dog, or does he save me?" Many times people consider that it offers them a home, a family, it gives them love. It is a very healthy and correct thinking. But, many times, these animals come to save us by the simple fact that they love us unconditionally.


Pets are not toys or "goods" meant to entertain us when we are alone, and their adoption means a lot of responsibility. If you want an animal and you are ready to give it all its attention and love, you are free to do so.


If you decide to adopt a puppy or cat, you can confidently turn to associations or public services for the management of stray dogs and cats. You should know that there puppies and cats are dewormed, spayed, vaccinated and treated, in case they were sick when they were taken off the street.


Bemorepanda collected some cute photos with adopted buddies.


1.A dog that was once adopted but returned back for being too large, was secondly adopted successfully


2.Adopted cat that seems to be the boss


3.Going to the new home


4.From sad to happy


5.New best friends


6.She found her home by breaking in the house


7.Adopting a military dog


8.Such a happy bunny


9.Blueberry is so happy


10.After adopting the small one, the copy of him came to their home


11.Adopting an old lady


12.Happy in the new home


13.First cuddle


14.Before and after adoption


15.New best friend


16.Small buddy adopted


17.Meet Van Gogh


18.Cute dog adopted


19.Funny new friend


20.”Our dog adopted a brother”


21.Adorable kitty


22.Giving so much love


23.Loving the new bed


24.Beautiful senior lady


25.She got a new loving home


26.A dog with a huge smile


27.Adopted!


28.Adopted two special needs cats


29.Living the best life


30.Adopted a deaf kitten


31.This moment was the one that convinced the man to adopt the kitty


32.Eyes full of love


33.She is Garce!


34.Smiling and loving life


35.Cute little boy


36.She is Mornigstar


37.Haribo is very cleaver


38.Adoption day


39.Baby Flora


40.Two days after adoption


41.Love beyond measure


42.Meet Sally


43.Smile buddy


44.So much love


45.So much grace


46.The best boy


47.Relaxing


48.Instantly falling in love


49.He is Venus


50.Adopted!






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puppies-of-the-dungeon-in-chisinau-rescuers-pulled-seven-helpless-dogs-out-of-the-ground

Rescuers needed to make a dig to get into a niche and pull out animals in Chsinau, the capital of Moldova. It's a small country situated between Romania and Ukraine.



The unusual operation, carried out by the special operation staff GIC, removed seven puppies from hole. The incident occurred on March 9 on the street Gheorghe Asachi. The sound came from passengers who noticed helpless puppies stuck in an underground hole.



The rescue team who had arrived at the site needed to make a dig to get into the niche and pull out the animals. The operation lasted about 15 minutes, after which the rescued puppies were given to the volunteers.



According to the GIHS, from the beginning of the year, specialists conducted 57 animal rescue operations.

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