Many dogs try and either avoid taking baths at all times when their owner thinks it's time. They will hide, bark, and even run to avoid getting all wet.
But this amazing pup has the perfect tiny spot to take his baths … and he ENJOYS it! He is so happy to be under the water that he keeps putting his head under and letting the water hit him. It is almost identical to the way we would take a bath.
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A Russian gentlemen finds the cure for all sadness in the most adorable little things in the world. He allows these wiggly pug puppies to jump all over him.
If you are in a bad mood or sad about something these puppies know exactly what to do to cheer you up. Watch as this man gets reduced to a giggly mess on the floor and they run all over him. This video is guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
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A 4-year-old mutt that no one wanted was named "Lazarus" — after a man Jesus rose from the dead — when it was found alive and drinking water hours after it had been administered a lethal dose of chemicals meant to kill it.
According to an Associated Press report, the dog was dropped off at the Ozark City Animal Shelter in Ozark, Alabama, on Aug. 19 by its owner who could no longer take care of the dog which had been hit by a car and was cut and bloody.
The shelter tried to find a new owner for the dog but no one stepped up give it a new home so the decision was made to put it down. On Sept. 10 the dog was given a lethal dose of chemicals at the shelter and left for dead in a pen. more >>
This poor dog had fallen into a pool of tar that was being used for construction purposes. Animal Aid Unlimited volunteers traveled to the northwestern part of India to help rescue this stray dog.
When they arrived they had seen that he was encrusted in a solid coat of tar. Scared and afraid, the dog laid on its side, not sure what to do. This poor puppy would have died if it wasn't for these people. He wasn't able to move after being covered.
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It's almost impossible to even see the frogs because they blend in when the video starts…
Nature photographer Joe Myers from St. Augustine, Florida, believes he found the ultimate entertainment system for his leopard frogs. He places his phone on the ground and plays an iPhone video showing worms crawling around.
Within seconds a bunch of frogs hopped over to him and begin to wonder if it was real or not. Some even went to attack the phone in hopes of it being real food. They are known for eating worms as well as snakes and small birds. more >>
A World Wildlife Fund report released Tuesday claims that the planet's wildlife population, including mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish, has declined by 52 percent since 1970. The executive director of A Rocha USA said that the findings are alarming, but not surprising, and called on Christians to witness to the world by starting to care for the planet.
"Indeed, the report simply confirms what we read in Hosea — the birds of the air, the beasts of the field and the fish of the sea are dying — and in Romans — the creation groans. Why? Because of humankind's sin. We have not treated God's Earth as we should. We've treated it as rapacious squatters rather than the Christ-like stewards God created us to be," Tom Rowley, executive director of A Rocha USA, told The Christian Post in an email on Wednesday.
"Imagine what a difference we could make if we Christians began to care. Not just care about. That's easy and not worth much. But actually and actively care for both people and planet. Which is really what A Rocha is all about. Consider also, what a witness it would be to an unbelieving world if Christ followers started caring for the planet." more >>