Sleepy dog unfazed after falling off couch43s

Sleepy dog unfazed after falling off couch

After a long day at daycare, this exhausted dog named Apollo falls into a deep sleep. He was so tired that rolling off the couch won't even wake him up! Don't worry, he was totally fine. Credit to 'staffordvaughan'.

staffordvaughan
Published: March 22, 2015Updated: December 5, 20161,631,504 viewsVirality: 4%
Dad opens Christmas gift to find the best surprise ever!3m21s

Dad opens Christmas gift to find the best surprise ever!

For various reasons, Terra and her father haven't had the opportunity to celebrate Christmas together for 25 years. Living on opposite sides of the country from each other, Terra hasn't been able to spend Christmas with him since she was four years old. She thought this would be a good way to make up for that, and she was right! Her dad thinks she's back in her city on Christmas Eve, so he has NO idea what's about to happen. Terra's uncle is the one explaining that this special gift is for her dad as a combination Christmas and 60th birthday present. Her uncle is a two-time cancer survivor and during his second fight for his life he lost a great deal of his voice due to the radiation, so you'll need to listen carefully to understand what he is saying. The look on her father's face is absolutely PRICELESS!

terracasey
Published: November 30, 2016Updated: December 1, 2016110,352 viewsVirality: 25%
Man punches a kangaroo in the face to rescue his dog1m53s

Man punches a kangaroo in the face to rescue his dog

Occurred June 15, 2016 / Outback Australia Info from licensor: "A group of hunters got together to help a young cancer sufferer (terminal diagnosis) with his last wish of catching a 100 kg (220 pound) wild boar with his dogs. One day while hunting one of the highly trained dogs was chasing some pigs by scent and collided with a big buck kangaroo that then held and wrestled the dog by its protective gear (boars have tusks like knives), the owner was horrified that his dog or the kangaroo would get hurt and run in to save both parties. You can see the dog trying to escape, wanting nothing to do with the kangaroo. The big buck kangaroo releases the dog when the owner gets close but then moves in to try and attack the human. A kangaroo kick to the guts could easily disembowel the owner easily , so he backs off a couple of times giving the kangaroo some space but he eventually changes the roo's mind with a punch to the snout, as it kept coming forward. The punch stops the roo and makes him think about the situation, giving the owner and the dog time to disengage from the big wild animal and leaving it to hop off and I suppose wonder about what just happened. We laughed at the absurdity of the situation and at how unfortunate it was for the dog and kangaroo. Our 6 foot 7 inch friend felt no malice to the kangaroo but had to step in and fix a bad situation before it got worse. Young Kailem unfortunately lost his brave battle with cancer two days ago, so this hunt is part of the treasured memories his family and friends have. Having a dog get tangled up with a roo was never our aim or intention and we were happy no animals were hurt in the incident." -Greg Bloom Credit: Bloom Brothers / ViralHog.com

ViralHog
Published: December 4, 201652,752 viewsVirality: 21%

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Petition aims to change status of dogs from property to living beings58s

Petition aims to change status of dogs from property to living beings

Dogs Are Not Toasters (DANT) is a petition drive aimed at changing the status of dogs across America from property to living beings. In most jurisdictions, pets are considered “property” and have no legal protection, trailing behind many other countries. This goal is to change legislation nationwide to recognize dogs as living beings. If the law cannot be changed on a federal level this petition will endeavor to change the law state by state. This will be achieved by inundating the U.S. government with signatures and raising capital to ensure the success of DANT’s objective.

DANT
Published: December 5, 2016Updated: December 6, 2016274 views