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Drowning Dog Plucked From Raging Waters, Revived With CPR

 Heroic police officers from Antioquia, Colombia, saved the life of a dog when they jumped into the fast flowing and flooded Liboriana River to retrieve the pet. The fast and dangerous current carried away the exhausted dog who was minutes away from drowning.

Due to extensive rainstorms, much of Salgar, Antiquia, fell victims of floods and landslides. Residents, pets and farm animals were all affected by the natural disaster and Colombia’s armed forced were dispatched to the area to assist and rescue those stranded by the flood.

When officers arrived at the Liboriana river they were looking to assist anyone attempting to cross the river, and what they found instead was a pet struggling to stay alive, floating in the turbulent waters.


At first officers believed the dog was dead, but they soon realized the pet was alive and was alive and needed help. Immediately, the hero men ran along the river trying to catch up to the dog and save him.


In the Spanish speaking video (captured by one of the police officers) you can hear how the men encourage each other to run faster and jump into the river. After a short chase, one of the officers jumped in and caught the dog. Another officer helped the rescuer and the four-legged victim get out of the water. As soon as they were on safe land the canine received CPR.
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Foster Kitten Outside For The First Time + With Her Foster Dog Father

 This adorable 3-week-old foster kitten got a chance to explore the outdoors for the very first time earlier this month.

Her foster dad uploaded this video of the tiny kitten, named Dash, picking her way gingerly through the grass.

Luckily for her, Dash has a buddy encouraging her to be brave as she explores for the first time — her "foster dog father," a friendly golden retriever, is looking out for her.


Whenever Dash goes to her forever home, she'll be a happier and more confident kitty, thanks to her foster family (both the humans and the dog).
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These animals eating berries is the cutest thing you will see all day. Especially the hamster with the raspberry!

 The animals on this list are not eating bloody caucuses or starring in the latest horror movie, instead they are simply enjoying some delicious red berries. As most humans would agree, berries are too delicious to resist.

Many animals enjoy a sweet red berry just as much as you and I, but when they devour the tasty red treat they may start to transform into what looks like a blood-hungry vampire.

Some animals like berries a little too much, perhaps that’s because during early winter and autumn berries and other fruits may start to ferment, causing the animals that eat them to feel a bit tipsy.




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German Shepherd brings back unlikely new friend after a morning walk in the woods

Friendship knows no bounds for a fawn who wandered out of the woods. The little deer cuddled up beside a 7-month-old German Shepherd police dog named Iris, who seemed happy to meet him.

The internet loved the cross-species friendship caught on camera.

In the footage it is apparent that the Disney deer and the delightful dog are completely relaxed and carefree in one another’s company, to the point Iris shows her love for the little lost fawn by showering her with a series of licks on the nose.


Wildlife officers try to find now where is the mom.


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Thursday

It's been eight long years since Duke last saw his human. Even with all that time spent apart, however, the bonds of love were never broken. But that's just the way things go between two best friends.

 Back in 2007, when Duke was still just a puppy, he was stolen from the backyard of the house he shared with his happy companion, Joshua Edwards, in Florida. Over the months that followed, Edwards searched high and low for his missing friend to no avail, reported the Miami Herald. It seemed as though the dog he loved so dearly was really gone forever.

That all changed last week when Duke was discovered, dirty and alone, walking near a Miami roadway. He was taken to an animal clinic. There, vets were able to find out who he was via a microchip identifier Duke had been given years earlier — and soon Edwards got the call that his long-lost friend had been found.


Where Duke has been for the past eight years will likely remain a mystery, but the dog and his human seem more interested in moving forward together than dwelling on the past.

"I have my dog back," says Edwards in this footage from their tearful reunion. "I'm so grateful."
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