Wild Boar Heroically Rescued From Slippery Frozen Lake

DjakePublished: February 3, 2016485,088 views
Published: February 3, 2016

There is no other story that can make you cry happy tears more than an animal rescue story with a happy ending. There is something so sweet about seeing a tiny kitten brought back to safety after being stuck in the foundations of a house, or maybe helping a stranded malnourished dog on the street. It just fills you up with joy and hope that everything will get better, restoring our faith in humanity!

This is the heartwarming moment when Good Samaritans decide to lend a helping hand to an animal in need! A group of ice skaters were enjoying their day skating on a frozen lake in Sweden, south of Stockholm, when they came across four wild boars trapped on the ice. The boars were struggling and could not move as the ice was very slippery, and they did not have enough strength in their body to get to the other side of the ice. There is no way they would have managed to escape from the little island in the middle of the lake if it weren’t for the heroic ice skaters. Check out this inspiring video!

These four ice skaters started to slowly move the wild boars to the other side of the ice using their sticks. With the help from the group of ice skaters, the boars were able to get off the ice and survive. If they were not saved, they wouldn't be able to get any food to eat or any water to drink, so they would have starved to death. Thank goodness these ice skaters were there to save the day!

Fortunately, they all had the right equipment to be efficient and safely move the boars to the other side of the frozen lake. We are certain the boars appreciated this action very much! If you can make a difference in your day, why not make a difference? Doing something nice makes your day a little brighter! This rescue mission will leave you in tears!

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    lilbehr · 1 year ago

    Thanks you guys ! You made my day ... and his as well :)