In a shelter in Romania, Monica Mitreanu rescued a dog that’s clearly been abused. When she first tries to pet her, the dog screams in terror. But after a few long seconds, she eventually accepted the love and affection. Watch until the end to see how good “Priscilla” is doing today in a happy home.
The pain that dog must have gone through to cry like that when a human is even near him is unimaginable, I really can not wrap my head around the thought of somebody hurting an animal to the point it pretty much has a panic attack, cries and tries to hide in a corner when a human approaches it. Anyone who does this to an animal doesn’t deserve the luxry of life.
Here she is now and she looks so much better
Hey, China. This is the type of dog festival that people want to go to. The complete opposite of the Yulin Dog Meat Festival, the Tihar Festival celebrates man’s loyal best friend. In Nepal, Hindu citizens designate the festival as a time to shower their dogs with love and attention. You won’t see dogs crammed in cages or animal rights activists protesting, it is all about loving dogs in all their four-legged glory.
The festival comes at a time where all eyes are on another dog-themed festival, China’s Yulin festival, where more than 10,000 dogs are tortured, cooked and served up to festival goers. Yulin has been under intense criticism and protest. Many celebrities have spoke out against the horrible mistreatment of the animals. Comedian, Ricky Gervais, has spoke out extensively about the Yulin, but now he is sharing the joy of the Tihar festival.
32-year-old biker and sheet metal worker Pat Doody recently rescued a kitten while riding cross country from Nevada to New Jersey. He found the kitten at a gas station and gave it the best name he could think of at the time: "Party Cat."
"I was at this truck stop getting gas, and this little guy just needed help," he told Revzilla. "He was pretty badly burned, so I picked him up and tucked him inside my vest. We’re feeding him regularly now, so he’s doing better, even though he’s sort of living on the road until we get home."