There are so many animals in the world; it can be hard to choose just one to take in as part of the family. So why not get another? And another? And another? Although it might seem like a good idea to be surrounded by balls of fluff that are there to love you, that might not always be the best idea. In fact, it’s overpopulation without enough funds for their care that can land many of these little ones a place in the shelter, or worse.
So what happens if you don’t have the time or the funds to make it to a shelter in time? That’s when things might take a turn for the worse. Over the years, there have been many tales of animals returning home after getting lost from their families.
Just take Holly the cat that walked 200 miles to her owners after a fireworks display while they were on vacation scared the feline. Prince was another animal in search of his owner. Only this Irish terrier has to swim the English Channel to find his owner after he was drafted as a soldier for war.
Amazingly, Prince was able to track him down and remained in France until the war was finally over. However, not every animal is so lucky. These puppies were forced to cry for help after getting abandoned on an island. How could they have got there? Was their owner ever going to come back? There were so many questions, but it seemed as though everyone was about to go on a long journey to find out the answers.
[post_page_title]Just another night[/post_page_title]
It was just another average night in July 2018 for Jr Cook and his friend, Leon Colombe. Jr lives on Cross Lake found in Manitoba, Canada, and the pair were enjoying relaxing in his backyard as they took in the last of the day’s heat. Although the sun had gone down, there was still plenty of wildlife to enjoy. That’s when they heard a noise. A noise that was about to change everything, but where could it have been coming from?