10 AMAZING Animal Rescues THAT WILL SHOCK YOU!

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These 10 amazing animal rescues will shock you! From sad dogs and cats to helpless puppies, these deserted animals were saved and your faith in humanity will be restored after seeing these inspiring animal rescues!

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10. Manatees – Manatees are one of the most popular species of animal in Florida, and are loved by both locals and tourists.

9. Penny the Pig – When hurricane Harvey hit Texas in 2017, there were mass evacuations of the areas most at risk, and this left animals in precarious situations.

8. Peanut the Cat – Cats are inquisitive creatures and will spend a lot of time exploring your neighbourhood. This means that they occasionally go missing

7. Benny the Horse – Benny’s owners had completely abandoned him in their backyard and were starving him to death. It’s not entirely clear why

6. Thirsty Cobra – It’s not just cute or friendly animals that need to be saved- those that we are afraid of can also find themselves in dire straights, and it takes a particularly brave soul to help them out.

5. Flamingos – In 2017, Hurricane Irma struck the Florida panhandle, and caused widespread devastation.

4. Thorn the Baby Squirrel – Visitors travel to the Kruger national park in South Africa to see a wide variety of animals that aren’t seen anywhere else on earth, but it was an all too common creature that became the focus of attention for one group of tourists.

3. Trapped Horse – Floodwaters following Hurricane Harvey in Texas in 2017 caused a lot of difficulties for people and animals

2. Alaska the Polar Bear – Polar bears are some of the largest and most powerful creatures on earth, but when they are trapped and mistreated by people, they need as much help as anything else. alike.

1. Duct Taped Dog – While most people are incredibly loving and caring towards their pets, there are some who are capable of unimaginable acts of cruelty.

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Origins Explained says:

Hope you all enjoy these heartwarming stories!

mTube says:

Yes, Its like that @ Origin Explained

Harry Roy says:

Animals are aliens

Scott Bixler says:

Awesome video! It goes to show in the case of rescuing the manatees, when a people is united and working together no one goes without necessities with safety and progress assured instead of needless suffering, exclusion, and death just so a few arbitrarily selected people can be super rich masters ruling the world into chaos.

Shark Snack says:

When my husband was a kid, he had a dog that liked to wander, every time he took off, he would somehow find my father in law who would be a minimum of 25 miles away hanging power poles for Edison in the middle of nowhere. My father in law would climb down the pole, open the door to his service truck and the dog would jump in and stay in the truck until my father in law finished work for the day. He would bring the dog back home with him in the evening!!

Joan Raigosa says:

Peanut the cat I would save him/her

Joan Raigosa says:

Aww so cute and so lucky

Allan Tiay says:

THE THUMBNAIL TOUGH

BibleCristain AJ and More says:

Why all the hurricanes from 2017?????

Anna Panchenko says:

The duct taped doggo got me in tears. Animals are the best, most magical, pure miracle which is left in this terrible world.

jessumano al says:

the tone of the narrator and the music don't match

PK Saenz says:

The more I watch of Origins Explained, the more I want to see. I realy enjoy your site. Thanks…

The Original EB says:

Kitten in thumbnail – I’ve seen this picture several times, and it always breaks my heart. Does anyone know the story behind it? Was the kitten rescued??

Rick Charles says:

Strangest rescue I was "in on". A nearby town had a tornado rip through and we were looking for survivors. Saw three cows chewing their cuds in the middle of the town. Luckily they had ear tags and their owner was called. They had ridden in the twister from his farm 15 miles away. They took it ok but they all had the same look. "What the hell?"
Reminded me of the flying cow in the movie "Twister". A lot of people said that could never really happen. I know three of them that can put those naysayers in their place.

Gwelf Cosmos says:

Oh I wish you would show real footage! 🙁

MyValentino says:

¡Hola, Hola! Hey there,
My friend is an animal technician and went to TX to volunteer her time. When she got there, she was telling me that she saw many people removing animals from their luggage, baby strollers, purses, and many other places. She even saw a lady remove a bird from her bust understatement. These were families that were told to leave their fur babies behind but they didn't. The lady with the bird in her bust undergarment told my friend she purposely wore a larger cup size that she borrowed from her friend, stuffed it to make it less obvious, and made sure her bird was secured comfortable enough so that she could take him. Surprisingly, the bird was well behaved throughout the whole thing. I am happy to know that so many are willing to go to many lengths to keep their fur kids safe. Heck, I would share a shirt or borrow a pair of somebody's undergarments myself if it meant that I could keep my kids safe with me.

teachgold says:

The only solution to people mistreating animals is a large baseball bat and the power to knock some home runs.

jackie anderson says:

Brilliant idea to get Peanut back!

Carlos Quinonez says:

God this warms my heart

supercyberfunk says:

I came for the thumbnail.

Wayne Henson says:

if more people would respond to others speeches needs

Wayne Henson says:

she's great does a great josb

Ryandor Valerius says:

I remember when I rescued two Hummingbird chicks and It was more difficult than I thought because honey was too solid for them so I had to make artificial nectar and after a few weeks I was able to release them, I hope they are happy wherever they are.

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