40 Animals That Asked People for Help & Kindness !
The fact that people risk their own lives by being caught in strong currents or simply rescuing predators that could tear them in half shows how deeply embedded empathy is in human nature.
It is very difficult for me to see animals in pain, but seeing the happy ending makes me so grateful that humanity is still inside us ❤️
This. That’s what being human is, that’s why we’re here to help those in need, not just other people but animals as well. From rats to cobras, from hell to whales. That’s why we’re here.
It actually warms my heart to see so many caring people around the world helping animals, they are heroes!
Sometimes it’s hard to believe that such people exist in the world. These videos help me regain my hope. I want to be surrounded by such people. ❤️💜
I can’t watch these videos of kind, compassionate people risking their lives for animals without tears. I thank each of them.
I love performing heroic acts to save people and animals and risking their lives while showing humanity. I am happy to see that all rescued animals have demonstrated their ability to trust people and that all efforts to help them have been successful. God bless all Brave Heroes!!!!
I’m crying, I’m an animal rescue manager and all this reminds me of all the animals we’ve saved, god bless humanity, these animals live longer from now on
I love how they risked lives there instead of just saying “oh you’ll be fine”, they spent time and effort there
NO ONE who helps an animal in distress… Pet or Wild… JUST DESERVE, BUT ORDERS RESPECT. I’m sure I can speak for many people when I say THANK YOU FOR ALL THE THINGS YOU DO….. many blessings!
This renews my faith even more. It seems that animals are beginning to understand that empathy and concern are in our nature, but many choose not to embrace it, and animals can see it. Usually when people are hurt in the direction. But I am happy that animals are willing to accept our help in certain circumstances. That’s the least we can do to destroy their homes.
I want to thank all the people who saved all these animals. Usually the more predatory animals. Remember, a mouse doesn’t know it’s a mouse (or a shark or a leopard or whatever), they just act as they are. Most animals only react when threatened or out of curiosity. For years the media has made them seem more aggressive than they are.
Greetings to everyone who has suffered someone else’s misfortune!! These are actually brilliant SOULS!!! Thank you for being yourself and doing good and brilliant work!!!!🌞🌞🌞🤗🤝👍👍👍
It’s good to see something positive like this happening in a world full of bad, hateful and destructive people. It brings back a little bit of my faith in humanity.
I love seeing people who are eager to help animals in need, especially when more of them come and say it’s not my problem. keep this kind of saviors
I was going to a zoo, and when we got to that area, we immediately went to the monkey sanctuary because my sister loves them. After a while, one of them suddenly fell from the tree and stopped breathing. only 1 worker was there but he didn’t know what to achieve, even though i was taking med school for people, i still tried my best to help him and as a result the little guy survived 🙂
My heart literally aches for these poor animals. Poor animals were given a second chance through humans like this. This is the world I want to live in. God bless all of you who helped these poor animals who couldn’t help themselves.😢 🙏
Imagine how the woman whose dog was gasping for breath felt when life returned to her. That man will be his hero for the rest of his life.
Thank God for all of you who are there when these precious animals need help. God loves you because you care and save lives.
I won’t lie, I almost cried a few times, one couldn’t let animals suffer like these, was it in their nature to help each other with or without predators?🖤
May the DIVINE CREATOR bless each and every one of your children, who vibrate with respect and empathy for animals, with health, peace and well-being. Blessed be the one who is guarded. My respect is my gratitude!
I rescued dogs on 2 separate occasions. The first was starving and dehydrated when I found him in a gravel pit lying in a shallow pool of muddy water. It had disappeared 3 months ago while camping in the direction of its owners. The second was winter (I live in northern Wisconsin) and he was lying in a ditch and was so cold he couldn’t move. His owners lost him a month ago while he was in a cabin during the hunting season. It always gives me joy to see how happy the dogs and their families are when they are reunited.
I have been on advanced Australian life part rescue missions for years and I am delighted to see other people risk their lives against harmful predators and/or dangerous areas to save the wonderful creatures that roam the world with us.
vThis is so wholesome that these people hear and respond to the calls of animals they are real heroes who can hear anyone who is in trouble and help them almost sacrifice their lives for it and they deserve the best life.
I don’t care if the animal asks. It warms my heart that these people do not hesitate to save lives and risk their own lives while doing so! With a warm tear Priceless!!! I greet you all!!!
I’ve lost count of how many animals I’m proud to say my dog recently saved my life and fell asleep due to an oil fire I was unaware of. He is a purebred Blue heeler named Piper. He spent most of his life in a cage until I adopted him at the age of three.
I remember about a year ago when my mother and aunt came across a small bird on the grass next to the sidewalk they were walking on. I woke up and found him at our house. We took care of him for a week before he was taken to a shelter.