Sick Homless Dog

Good Afternoon everyone!! Today I’m going to share with you about a little abandoned dog named Bethany. Bethany lived on the streets as a stray for months. She suffered from severe mange that was eating her skin away. The infection was making her hole entire body swell up so it hurt every time she moved. Someone contacted my favorite animal rescue Hope For Paws to come and rescue this poor dog off the streets. Eldad Hagar asked Annie Hart From the Bill Foundation (another one of my favorite rescues) to take Bethany in, and they did. So they went out to save her life and take her to the vet so she can get the medical attention she needed to get rid of this nasty infection. I’m going to post her rescue video below! Make sure to watch it till the end to see the AMAZING transformation this pup has gone through, she looks absolutely BEAUTIFUL! Please share this video to get this story out there!! Thank you so much Eldad and Annie for saving this doggies life 🙂

http://www.hopeforpaws.org
http://www.billfoundation.org

Good morning everyone! Today I am going to share with you a video I came across, its about a little dog name Janie. This poor little dog was hit by a car and abandond at the animal shelter. She had a broken back and was in so much pain and growled at everyone and wouldnt let anyone touch her. This another amazing animal rescue The Bill Foundation took her in and paid for her spinal surgery. After her surgery The Bill Foundation asked one of my favorite animal rescues Eldad Hagar from Hope For Paws to help Janie come over her fear of people. He worked with her and it took time but finally he made her over come her fear. This little doggie needs a home now please share her video so she can find an amazing home!!!

Unicorn of The Sea

Unicorn of The Sea

Narwhals are found in the Atlantic and Russian areas of the arctic. The name Narwhal means “corpse whale” because they swim motionless with their belly up for several minutes. Narwhals have really long Ivory tusks that grow right through the upper lip from the left side of the skull. These whale’s tusk are a hollow tooth that always spirals counter-clockwise, and can measure up to 8 feet long! Narwhal’s travel in large groups up to 15 to 20 whales, and feed on fish, shrimp, and other fish by sucking them in to their mouths. These magnificent creatures are related to bottlenose dolphins, belugas, harbor porpoises, and orcas.