Following the massive tornado that slammed Oklahoma in May, a touching story — captured on live TV — provided a bit of hope. During an on-air interview with CBS News, Moore resident Barbara Garcia described the unthinkable devastation that had just whipped through her town. Her home was decimated, and her dog was trapped somewhere beneath the wreckage. But soon, someone off-camera noticed something moving nearby. Garcia looked closer and realized it was her dog, Bowser, buried alive beneath the rubble. Garcia and the news crew managed to lift the debris and rescue the pup. She later told CBS News, “All of the other things … you know, one by one they can be replaced. A lot of it wasn’t even important, but I couldn’t replace him.”
Lentil, found on fb as My Name is Lentil, should have been on this list. He was born in February with a cleft lip and palate. He not only survived, but has become an "ambassadog" to thousands of children and adults affected by facial differences.
I love Grumpy Cat. She reminds me of a snowshoe (wonderful breed) that I recently lost.
I miss you Pinky. Such a sweet cat.
Let's see here, during the government shutdown, they turned off an internet camera that probably costs $.50 a day to operate but flew the Obama's dog (left behind by accident) on a private flight to meet the family on vacation. I wonder how much that cost?
I don't think those wheels fit him very well, he's constantly lifting them up.. they are too big, or maybe is the arnes
@Chiroderma he's got new ones now! those were the very first he had. he really get around wonderfully now.