This is guaranteed that by the time this video ends, you
will be completely shocked at the absolute beauty this video has to offer. The
video starts with an amazing view of the sun setting and overlooking a river
with a hummingbird feeder in the foreground. Then comes the entry of the two
hummingbirds at the sugar water who are ecstatic to enjoy their dinner at such
a beautiful place.
Just as time passes, the buzzing of their flapping wings increases and there comes a third darling little hummingbird. Just as a few seconds pass, there comes the frenzy of intense flock of these beautiful and majestic birds, flapping their wings at more than 70 times per second speed. They need a lot of sugar to keep up their pace and fast and furious lifestyle. The man who feeds them deserves huge credit as he feeds them pounds and pounds of sugar every week in order to keep them coming to this place.
Every once in a while there comes a story of a dog which makes you want to cry for the poor creature, and in most of the cases, these dogs are eventually taken good care of which restores your faith in humanity. A very similar thing happened to Patrick who went through hell but was rescued and he recovered his health soon.
Patrick was severely abused in his life as he wasn't cared for or fed for a very long time. Someone tied Patrick to a railing for a week during which he never ate. After that, he was stuffed in a trash bag and thrown down the garbage shoot. He was about to be taken away with other garbage when someone saw that there was a living create amidst the garbage. Soon afterwards, Patrick was rescued and taken to shelter.
Seeing Patrick would break anyone's heart at this stage as he had lost all his weight and he looked miserable. At the shelter, he received the love and care he deserved and soon regained all his health and became a happy dog.
This story made me feel a range of emotions. It made me feel angry for the people who abused Patrick. It made me feel sorry for Patrick, and it also made me feel happy and grateful for eventual happiness found by Patrick.