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Friday, April 16, 2010

Heroic Animal

I'm so sorry did updated my blog. I was recently sick, I will tell you in next blog if I getting well... .
Here a article that I found in one of Google Group.
If you read it animal is more human that us.

The Dog who saved its owner with the Heimlich Maneuver When Debbie
Parkhurst, 45, was home alone and choked on an apple, Parkhurst said she
then began beating her chest, an action that might have attracted Toby's
attention. Toby's jumping apparently managed to dislodge the apple from
Parkhurst's windpipe. “As soon as I started breathing, he stopped and began
licking my face, as if to keep me from passing out,” she said.

The Chihuahua who saved a baby from a rattlesnake Booker West, a 1-year-old
boy was splashing his hands in a birdbath in his grandparents' northern
Colorado backyard when a snake slithered up to the toddler, rattled and
struck. Five-pound Zoey jumped in the way and took the bites.

The pig who saved its owner after a heart attack Jo Ann Altsman suffered a
heart attack while vacationing in the north woods of Presque Isle,
Pennsylvania, USA. LuLu, a housebroken Vietnamese Pot-Bellied pig came to Jo
Ann's aid. LuLu took one look at Jo Ann and after 'crying' , she managed to
push open the gate to get to a nearby road. Witnesses reported that LuLu
would wait until a car approached, then calmly walk out into the road and
lay down in front of the oncoming vehicle. When a driver failed to stop,
LuLu would return to Jo Ann to check on her, and then leave again to try and
summon help. After about forty-five minutes the determined pig finally
managed to persuade a young motorist to stop and follow her to the Altsman's
mobile home. The man telephoned the emergency services and paramedics
quickly arrived.

The Dolphins who saved a fisherman Ronnie Dabal was fishing for tuna in the
choppy waters of Puerto Princesa Bay when a squall came upon him and turned
his boat upside down. After battling with punishing waves for the next 24
hours on top of a piece of styropor, Dabal was losing his strength as
darkness was coming. From out of nowhere, a pod of around 30 dolphins and a
pair of whales came and started to flank him on both sides. The dolphins
started alternately to nudge his tiny life raft using their pectoral fins
towards the direction of land. Dabal said he passed out while the dolphins
were doing their slow chore of nudging him to shore, and woke up on the
beach of Barangay where he was finally assisted by local residents there.

The Stray dog who saved an abandoned baby In Nairobi, Kenya, a stray dog
saved the life of a newborn baby girl after finding the abandoned infant in
a forest. The dog apparently took the baby across a busy road and through
some barbed wire to her litter of puppies.

The Dog who saved a boy from a house fire in Mexico This dog saved his
4-year-old boy master from certain death as the family's humble, wooden
shack burned to ashes. Little Ivan Saul was sound asleep and would have
never woken up had it not been for the non-stop barking of his new friend
“Rosco” which had wakened him from his peaceful slumber and allowed him the
opportunity to run, unharmed, from the flame engulfed home. The dog had been
burned in more than 30% of his body before being rescued himself by
firefighters, but fortunately survived.

The Beluga whale who saved a drowning diver Terrified Yang Yun thought she
was going to die when her legs were paralysed by crippling cramps in arctic
temperatures. She had been taking part in a free diving contest without any
breathing equipment. Competitors had to sink to the bottom of an aquarium's
20ft arctic pool and stay there for as long as possible amid the beluga
whales at Polar Land in Harbin, north east China. But when Yun, 26, tried to
head to the surface she struggled to move her legs. Beluga whale Mila had
spotted her difficulties and using her sensitive dolphin-like nose guided
Yun safely to the surface.

The Female gorilla who saved a 3-year-old boy from being harmed Binti Jua,
an 8-year-old female gorilla, rescued a three-year- old boy after he fell
into the primate enclosure at Brookfield Zoao, Illinois. The boy, climbed
over a box on top of a 3.5ft railing and fell 18ft on to the concrete
floor of the enclosure which housed seven gorillas. Binti Jua, who was
carrying her own infant on her back, cradled the boy in her arms and took
him to a door where zoo keepers and paramedics could attend him.

The cat who tried to save his owner from an attempted theft Peter Choyce,
wheelchair-bound by a bad spine, was enjoying a sunny afternoon in the
driveway of his neighbor's house. He was typing on his laptop, his cat by
his side. Two men in a car drove by, apparently saw what they thought would
be an easy mark and stopped. In the space of a second or two, the assailant
punched Choyce in the face, grabbed the laptop directly out of his lap — and
was attacked by little Unshkins. Unshkins, a black cat with white paws, flew
up in the face of the attacker, clawing frantically and bloodying the
criminal's face.

The Dog who saved its owner after a collapse calling 911 Buddy, a dog
specially trained to call 911 when his owner suffers seizures grabbed the
phone and whimpered for help. Stalnaker said he trained the animal to
recognize when he had a seizure and respond by grabbing the phone and
bringing it to him. When Buddy hears the operator, he puts the phone down
and whimpers as if he was in distress. The 911 system matches the call to
the address and dispatches emergency help. Buddy rode in the ambulance with
Stalnaker to the hospital, and both were back home two days later.

The Dog who saved a man from a bull A man taunting an angry bull is faced
with his life after the bull charges at him. While on the floor, the man has
no chance, and out of nowhere a dog saves him.

The guide dog who saved its owner from death in the World Trade Center
attack in 9/11 Omar E. Rivera (who is blind) and his yellow Labrador
retriever, Salty, escaped unharmed from the Sept. 11, 2001 disaster with
many of his co-workers from the 71st floor office. With one hand on Salty's
harness and another on a friend's arm, Mr. Rivera descended into unknown
world filled with smoke and sickening smell of jet fuel. “Salty refused to
leave my side even when another co-worker tried to take it's leash”, Mr.
Rivera said.


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