Tyler Wilson saw a nice Golden Labrador wandering near his house in Kentucky, so he directly thought that this nice dog was lost.
said that he has seen this dog before 2 weeks in that area. And when he came up
and sat beside me, I was really sure that this pooch was lost.
So, Wilson was relaxed when he saw that the pooch had an ID tag, and that was totally amazing; ‘’My name is Dew, and I am not lost, I like to roam. Tell me go to home’’.
Wilson said that when he read it, the dog and he looked at each other and it is obvious that the dog was OK. He also added that the pooch was really cute, but he didn’t tell him to go home yet.
I immediately pet him and also hugged him, even I was got a little wet from the rain, but seeing this pooch was really worth it.
Then, Wilson said that he finally knew that Dew is known in the region for greeting people and strolling around. And his owner also said that he has a GPS tracker, so we always know where he is, he loves to make new friends, he just likes to spread the love.
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Horses stranded on Island
It happened in 2006 when almost 100 horses were stuck on an Island in Netherlands and it only got worse from there. A huge storm struck and pushed the seawater into the earth which became the reason of the death of 19 horses that drowned. Presses from all around the world reported this incident but the government failed to rescue the horses. The horses would have to be lured from the floodwaters to the safe land while riding horseback which was not as easy task.
The happening of a miracle
It was November 3rd, 2006 when another storm was expected to rise and all the horses would have died as a result. Also, the horses had gotten pretty weak and were on the verge of giving up. Someone posted on Friesian horse forum a need of experienced horse riders not afraid of water and dangers. It was a harrowing rescue and only someone really brave could do that. Susan, Micky, Antje, Hinke, Christina, and Fardow came to help and risked their very own lives to rescue the horses in an amazing manner.