Man Spots Dogs Surrounding Blanket, Once He Gets Closer His Heart Drops When He Hears Cries!

Dogs’ loyalty can sometimes lead to heroic stories. Dogs will continue to amaze us as they show their love and loyalty to humans.

A man named Ulnas Chowdhury teaching at a local institution was walking in the woods near his house, he was enjoying his time after a hard day at work, he heard a sound that broke his heart, it was the sound of a baby crying.
Ulnas went immediately to the sound of the little baby, when he arrived there, it shocked him that 4 dogs were walking around the baby, he knew they were trying to keep her safe.
Ulnas approached them and found a baby girl as the dogs were protecting her and were trying to keep her warm, Ulnas told the neighbors and they gathered up, the dogs looked so happy that people finally came to help the baby girl.
A guy named Parveen Sen, carried the baby girl and fed her some milk and that made her stop crying, the police came, and the dogs didn’t leave the girl and followed her even after she was handed to the police, they wanted to make sure she was in good hands.
The police took the baby girl and she is in good hands now, we are happy that the baby girl is ok, the loyal dogs did a great job to keep her safe.

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In 2013, Georgia Obenaus, CEO and founder of Go Rescue Pet Adoption Center in Virginia Beach, came across a homeless pit bull named Marco. It was clear Marco had been through hell and back. He had no hair, open sores, and a skin infection. He also had a bone where his tail was supposed to be.

There was one more thing of which Georgia wasn’t even aware when she first met him: Marco the pit bull was blind. “It’s difficult anyway to find a home for a blind dog and then it’s difficult to find a home for a bully breed,” she said.

No, Marco wasn’t exactly adoptable, but she took him in anyway. And she made it her mission to find him a forever home.

With the help of the community, Go Rescue Pet Adoption Center collected the money they needed to pay for Marco’s eye surgery. People all over the country contributed to his funds. In November 2015, Marco was finally rid of his cataracts, and for the first time ever, he could see the world around him.

Georgia was sure this was exactly what Marco needed to make him a more “desirable pet” — but the perfect parents never came along.