A Romanian local heard the cries of some baby animals when he was walking near a road just outside of his town. He decided to call for help. That’s when a rescue organization called Howl Of A Dog stepped into the scene. The team was expecting to see some wild animal or stray dog or cat in need, but they say that what they came across was one of the worst cases of animal cruelty they had ever dealt with.

A litter of puppies were tied up in a bag and thrown away for dead. It was a miracle that they had even survived, since it was a very rainy and chilly autumn morning. Their bodies were cold and their umbilical cords were still attached to them. They took the little ones to safety, but sadly, four of the rescued puppies couldn’t live on. The remaining three made a great recovery and are almost five months old.

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The adorable pooch featured in the video below is named Moses. He was brought to the Stanislaus Animal Services Agency in Modesto, California to be surrendered by his owner. But when he realized why he was there, he clung to the woman and begged her to take him back. Nancy Klein was going to leave the establishment when she saw the heartbreaking scene. Wait till you see what her camera captured.

His owner said she was moving houses, and that Moses wasn’t allowed in this new house. So she had to leave the poor pooch behind. Moses is a very affectionate dog. After his owner left, he crawled into Nancy’s lap, hoping she would take him home. She says he wasn’t very excited about the shelter since he had already had been adopted from one just about a year ago.

Moses is good with animals like cats and dogs. He is also great with children. If you can help him, don’t forget to contact Stanislaus Animal Shelter Agency at 209.558.7387. His identification number is ID#A436891.

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Daisy the dog was roaming around in Hollister when she was discovered by a woman called Susan Hilden. Seeing the dog’s state, she asked help from Diana, a rescue specialist, from Hollister Animal Lost and Found. Together they tracked down the dog’s owner. But they were stumped when they were told that the dog had escaped from her new home just two days after she was adopted from the shelter.

Daisy kept wandering alone for 2 months. People would feed her, but no one was able to capture her despite trying for weeks. That’s when a little girl called Megan stepped up to the plate. Six year old Megan and her mom had fostered around 75 dogs last year alone. Wait till you see what happens when Megan goes up to lonely Daisy. The pooch now lives with Susan Hilden’s granddaughter, Ava. Ava has become friends with Megan as well.

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Dog fighting has been practiced since the early 19th century in the United States. Though we have grown as a country in so many ways, this violent and disgusting activity has not been put to an end yet. It still continues on as an underground activity in many places. The poor puppy featured below nearly lost his life due to illegal dog fighting.

This five month old pup is named Jax. He might be young, but he has been through a lot already. When he was found collapsed on a stranger’s porch one day, they found life-threatening punctures to his head and neck. It was believed that these wounds were caused by illegal dog fighting. Thankfully, Jax was rescued before it was too late for him. However, many dogs still suffer terrible fate in the name of this horrendous activity.

Watch Jax’s recovery in the video below. What are your thoughts about dog fighting? Let us know what you think in the comments.

Not many people know about Irena Sendler, but she is nothing less than a superhero. She was born in Warsaw, Poland on 15th February, 1910, and was only seven when her dad died. But she learnt an important lesson from him. He taught her to always those in need. He was one of Poland’s most well-respected doctors and he even inspired her to pursue medicine as a career. She went on to become a licensed nurse and started working with the Warsaw Social Welfare Department, which was located near one of the worst areas for Jewish families during World War II, the Warsaw Ghetto.

Irena was an earnest Catholic, but she didn’t hesitate when it came to helping people in need, including Jews. She was working near the Warsaw Ghetto when she got to learn about an underground resistance organization called “Zegota”. The group tried to free Jews from the ghettos before they were transferred to death camps. She got involved with the organization, and along with the other members, helped sneak out many Jewish kids. She managed to trick many Nazi soldiers that guarded the ghetto. Some parents were uncertain and cautious about handing over their children to an unknown woman, but Irena had good intentions. Thousands allowed her take their beloved children back to freedom.

Irena rescued many Jewish kids from the Nazi rule. She was eventually caught while trying to sneak them over the border into the free “Aryan land”. But she didn’t give up the names of the kids she had saved even then. Both her arms had been broken during the several interrogations with Nazi commanding officers; but then her friends finally helped her escape from Nazi prison. The rest of her years were spent living under a false name and hiding from Nazi persecution. But despite the risk, she went back to her old home to uncover a list that would help the children she had freed all those years ago. Irena had buried a list of the name of every child she saved in her neighbor’s yard. She dug up the cans and tried to reunite them with their estranged families. Some of them were no more, but many were reunited.

Irena passed away when she was 98 years old, but thankfully, she had the chance of meeting with the families she helped during her years with Zegota. She is an incredible inspiration to everyone in the world!

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As animals grow old in age, they tend to suffer from different types of health problems. Some of them end up having such serious conditions that even their beloved owners don’t have the required ability to take care of them and keep them by their side. Some animals outlive their owners and are heartlessly transferred from one home to another if they aren’t lucky enough.

In order to take care of such dogs, Sher Polvinale has established a pet sanctuary called House With A Heart in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Sher and her colleagues look after more than twenty aging dogs with no family. They try their best to ensure that the pooches get to live a very happy and healthy life at their organization.

Sher says, “We have dogs come to live with us until the end of their life and we make sure that the end of their life is full of love and caring [and] lots of attention, and [we] make sure they get all the medical care they need.”


A lot of the dogs who now live in the house came from shelters or from owners who have retired to nursing homes or passed away. The sanctuary makes sure they won’t be moved to a shelter or another owner until they can provide the necessary care the pooches need. They might not have their previous families by their side, but these dogs have found a loving home at House With a Heart for the remaining years of their life. It’s certain that they will be supported and taken care of properly here.

“This is the end,” Sher says, “but it’s a happy end.”


Some of the dogs have costly medical needs, but the expenses are often covered by short term care plans and donations from their supporters.

House With a Heart also takes care of canines with walking impairments. They give them room and various equipment by which they can play and exercise.


Spencer, shown in the picture below, has the adequate resources he needs in order to recover in peace from surgeries and illnesses thanks to House With a Heart.


When the clock strikes six in the morning, Sher is usually up and running. She makes rounds, feeds the dogs, and gives them their medications. She takes care of all their needs until the day ends.


Volunteers arrive later in the morning to play with the dogs, while also helping out in housekeeping and grooming.

Due to her commitment to the dogs, Sher rarely leaves the house. She says that the ultimate fulfillment for her is to be able to spend every moment with the dogs and tend to their needs.


Harriette Sackler, vice president of House With a Heart, is responsible for transporting the dogs. She is in charge when it comes to the case of emergencies or visits to the vet.

Harriette says, “One of the duties that I like least is I am usually with the dogs when we say goodbye to them. We always want to be there with the pets, we never let them leave this world alone. They’re loved until the very last moment and beyond.”

The organization has made a collection of photographs called “Stairway To Heaven” to honor each dog that spent their last days at the sanctuary.

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The video below features a wonderful rescue that will leave you smiling from ear to ear. The man in the clip is called Nelson Wilson and he is a hero in disguise. He went viral on the internet overnight because of what he did in this video.

On New Year, Nelson started his morning by feeding his horses. But then he saw a finch on a steel fence beside the water tank. He also noticed that the little bird wasn’t moving at all. So he approached the bird in order to find out what was going on. To his surprise, he saw the little guy stuck to the pipe by his feet. His feet had gotten wet and he had gotten stuck to the icy fence. It didn’t take long for him to get frozen in the near zero Idaho temperature. Nelson decided to help him out and he freed the bird by warming his feet with his breath. He says it was “a delightful way to start a new year”.

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Humans are very ignorant creatures. They don’t care about their environment, and sadly, their negligence often causes harm to other creatures in the world. Our carelessness has destroyed many things around us. But some of us still don’t seem to realize it. The video below features an example of this.

A person carelessly threw a can outside. But a little cub ended up getting himself stuck in the can. When a stranger heard the cub screaming in his backyard, he came rushing to see what was going on. When he saw the peril the tiny animal was in, he decided to help him out. You are going to be smiling from ear to ear when you see how the cub reacts after getting rescued.

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The goldfish featured in the video below is named Sally. She is 23 years old and this makes her around 161 years in dog years. Pretty amazing, huh? Because of her old age, Sally has started to have some adverse effects on her life. Sally struggles to stay afloat and swim. This was not only hard for her, but also for her loving owner.

But that’s when a man name Aidan came to her rescue. He is her owner’s boyfriend and he says it was heartbreaking to see Sally struggle so much. So he wanted to help. He created a flotation device to help her regain her buoyancy. He says, “For the past few months she was stuck on the bottom of her tank. It was heartbreaking. So I made her a little lifejacket and now she’s killing it!” Wait till you see his creation for yourself.

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Many animals end up getting put on the euthanasia list just because they are born with a condition. The Siberian husky featured in the video below was one of them. Casper was born with swimmer syndrome, which is a condition that makes it nearly impossible for a dog to walk or even stand. His breeder didn’t know how to care for him and was trying to kill him.

But Coastal German Shepherd Rescue stepped up to his rescue. They called in an animal therapist and acuscope biotechnician called Gina who brought him to a vet. Sadly, the vet advised her to put him down as well. But Gina was having none of it. She took the puppy home and started giving him some treatment. Casper was moving around by day 5 and he was able to run like a normal puppy by day 10. He was adopted by a young man in the next few days.

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