Category Archives: Animal gratitude

Animals thank humans for rescuing them

The true saying, “No good deed goes unpunished,” only applies to humans, unlike non-human creatures. FOTM readers likely each has an example to relate.

But non-human creatures, whom St. Bonaventure so insightfully and correctly called “creatures without [original] sin,” repay kindness with gratitude, as seen in the video below.

H/t Kelleigh

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Thank you Lord, for cats!

Cats are loving creatures

Anyone who knows cats, knows what I mean.

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No Politics – Just an Elephant Shower

Thank Lord for Elephants! 😀

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About Pets and Heaven

Having recently lost a dear cat, this video encourages me. I hope it helps someone following Fellowship of the Minds, too.

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Goose returns to visit man who rescued her years ago

Unlike humans, animals and birds never forget a kindness.

Mike Jivanjee of Lake Oswego, Oregon, rescued a Canadian gosling who had been abandoned by her parents because of a lame foot.

Jivanjee named the gosling Kyle, and fostered her.

Though released into the wild, Kyle returns to visit Jivanjee. year and year.

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Man rescues drowning cow after Hurricane Florence

Luvs a happy ending!

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Guys hike for hours in Taiwan to save dog who lost front paws

A happy story to start your Monday (and give you a break from the demoRATS’ Alinsky ploy to destroy Kavanaugh)!

From the Animal Care Trust Facebook post:

Sandy had lost both front feet to hunters’ leg-hold traps. The sweet little dog will soon have his professionally made prosthetic legs, which our vet is ordering from the US. We can’t wait! But, for now, he’s very happy, much loved by Bob Chau, and, apart from missing two front feet, he’s very healthy.

Huge thanks to Ross Td of Taiwan Adventures hiking specialists for getting us up and down safely, and to Lazy Lease for getting us up and down safely, and to Lazy Lease for calling in the rescue when she spotted Sandy and his appalling injuries while hiking in that very remote location.

And thanks to Sandy for making a very difficult rescue much easier than it would have been if he was bigger or less friendly!”

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Homeless pup brings gifts to woman who feeds him

A kind woman in Thailand, Orawan Kaewla-iat, feeds the strays near her home to help homeless dogs.

Unlike humans, where no good deed goes unpunished, the dogs are grateful to Orawan for her kindness.

One pup named Tua Plu comes to Orawan’s place every day with his mom looking for food.

But Tua Plu doesn’t come empty-handed. He always brings a gift in exchange for the food. The gift is usually a leaf or sometimes a piece of paper, but it’s the thought that counts.

In the video below, you can see Tua Plu approach with a twig in his mouth, then  places the twig down by the bowl of rice before he starts eating.

There is also a longer video of Tua Plu carrying a yellow leaf in his mouth for several minutes. When he is offered a snack, the pup drops the leaf and takes the snack in his mouth, leaving the leaf on the ground, which shows the pup meant the leaf as a gift to the kind woman who feeds him.

See also “Cat leaves flowers for kind woman“.

H/t PawMyGosh

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Puppy thanks woman for rescuing him

Thu, 09 Aug 2018 13:58:51 +0000

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It is said that “No good deed goes unpunished”.

But that saying applies only to humans.

Animals are grateful for our kindness.

Watch this puppy tell his rescuer how grateful he is:

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Bonus video!

When he was deployed in Afghanistan, Craig Grossi found a stray dog, named him Fred, and brought him home.

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Rescued dove follows man on trip across Spain

Tue, 17 Jul 2018 01:36:49 +0000

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