tsunami and man's bestfriend
March 16, 2011 12:43pm CST
HELLO MYLOTTERS, This is the second day i become emotional when it comes to animal can't help it we all know that the Tsunami and Earthquake damaged Japan badly and until now they are still looking for the missing people. While the government and others busy, worried and hoping to find their missing love ones there are still hope for this two (2) dogs i want to share this video clip i was really touched and it made me cry until now ( I remember our Scoobe) they cannot shout for help, they cannot do anything to take care of each other but there is one thing they can do to stand by each others side in times of needs watch this video clip and for sure it will break your heart. I am glad that they are both been rescued sad that the injured one is in the animal hospital now while the other one is at animal shelter. THIS IS NOT A REFERRAL LINK: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nexofSW4u7Y HAPPY MYLOTTING
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17 Mar 11
This video is really very touching. Dogs are really like human beings. They are so loyal, loving and caring that's why they are called man's best friend. What amazes me here is the dog who never left the other injured dog. A beautiful gesture of love and loyalty. It's good to hear that both of them were already rescued and are now being taking cared of.
17 Mar 11
they are survivors alright. one of the basic instincts in catastrophes as this is basically to survive. what is heart-pulling is how the dog stayed loyal beside another ailing dog. they both looked bedraggled, hungry and very cold. and one of them is faring worse, weaker and perhaps injured. there was magic when i saw the dog's paw tenderly touching the head of the other dog as it has laid down, too weak to move. he played protector and a great companion, just as much humane as a caring person would do in times of need, in times of crisis. that touch simply meant: "don't worry. i'm here. everything will be alright. just rest. i will take care of you." truly amazing. little miracles like this one, and the stories of 4-month old baby girl survivor, the 60 and 70-year old survivors in the midst of earthquake-and-tsunami struck devastation... they make rays of hope look like rainbows. i hope people and animals alike will survive this ordeal. thanks for sharing this honey.
21 Mar 11
Hi I say animals are more trustworthy than human beings, a man/woman can become dishonest, cheat you, but a dog will never You give food to a stray dog, he will remember you, wave his tail, though you are not his master. Thanks for sharing the link. Cheers. BE HAPPY ALWAYS. Professor ‘Bhuwan’. .
18 Mar 11
Oh very touching! I am glad they were rescued! Surely, i don't understand what the reporter was saying... But I can see how the dog, tried to stay on the said of her or his friend dog! They are like humans, cannot just leave our love ones alone especially in times of danger like this... The owner of these dog is very lucky...
18 Mar 11
hello lovely, Yes!even i don't understand what the reporter said i know and i feel that one thing is for sure the dog don't want to leave his/her friends and if they can only speak for sure the dog will shout for help. thanks for the response happy mylotting
• Lapu-Lapu City, Philippines
18 Mar 11
hi honey. i remember titanic the movie while watching the clip. at least here, the other dog just landed in the hospital. and i guess by this time, the dog has already checked-out and feeling good now. yeah, animals really do have hearts, mommy jane said.
17 Mar 11
hello friend! yes it is also make me feel so sad.i really feel so bad when i think about Japan.it is very bad day for Japan.i wish everything will be good as soon as possible.i want to watch this video.oh sad after know this news.i also feel so uncomfortable. thanks a lot.
16 Mar 11
Thank you for sharing the video.These are the srories that us in the UK do not see, or get to hear about.I must say that i was really shocked to see that any animal survive after the disaster.It is great to hear that they are both rescued and that, even though one is in the animal rescue and the other being cared backed to health, they are now being looked after.