Several Times Animals Asked People for Help And How Humans Treat Them

“The greatness of a nation is measured by how its animals are treated.” -Mahatma Gandhi. Recently we shared some truly heartwarming posts with you of animals protecting humans. Today we want to prove that humanity is capable of returning the favor. Let’s get started!

These teenagers near Sydney Australia will never forget the morning when a distressed southern right whale surface nearby a twisted mess of fishing lines was caught in the whale’s mouth. Eventually it got close enough that one of the teens was able to reach out and snatch the pile of trash off the animal’s face. The presumably appreciative whale slapped its tail against the water several times before departing back to sea.
Helping mother dogs with her puppies

Helping mother dogs with her puppies

Animals are inseparable part of our lives! So much so that sometimes they may even provide us with a care and support that even some humans may not be able to provide. However, every once in a while, they may get in a situation which they can’t fix on their own and, therefore, may need help from us, human-beings.
A snake was thirsty and people are helping him
A snake was thirsty and people are helping him
There is nothing a mother won’t do for her babies even if it means approaching strangers for hel.p As rescuers approach a drainage bible a dog emerged to greet them, she had been huddling with her puppies on the pipe to keep them warm but clearly she needed help. She put her trust in these strangers and eventually, the rescuers managed to coax the puppies out of the pipe. After their rescue, all the dogs were brought to a shelter for food and a warm place to sleep.
Aw, I am coming
Aw, I am coming
In several times, animals really need our help. Fortunately there are many heroes around ready to save weak creatures. The work your local shelter does may be hindered by an outdated animal control ordinance or, for municipal shelters, an inadequate budget. You can help by rallying support from your elected officials and working with shelter and rescue leaders to make necessary changes. Please watch video below:

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