There’s a new breed of animal lovers out there who don’t mind having their fur whisked away by a dog in the flesh, and for the first time in their lives, the fur-wearing fans have had the chance to witness a real rescue.
The internet has been abuzz with pictures of two stray dogs being whisked off to a shelter in the UK with their owners’ help.
The dogs were picked up by a man in his 50s, who is a fan of animal rescue websites.
He posted the pictures on the rescue website Animal Aid, where he claimed to have seen the dogs being rescued by a member of the public.
“The dog was being kept at a shelter for stray dogs and he wanted a dog to keep it,” the man said.
“So we had him and he was really friendly and affectionate with him.
The dog got really excited and was jumping up and down, and the dog was also really happy and excited about it.”
The man said he had been “stuck in the dark” with the dogs since they arrived, and he posted the photographs on the website.
“I thought, ‘I could take this to the rescue’, and I posted it on the Animal Aid site,” he said.
The pictures have been viewed over 200,000 times.
“It’s fantastic,” the animal welfare campaigner said.
He said the dog had been taken to a local animal charity and had undergone a thorough medical assessment.
“He’s had some skin grafts done to help with the inflammation,” he told the BBC.
The owner of the dog, who asked not to be named, said he was a “very big fan of the Animal Rescue Network” and said he would not have wanted to see his dog suffer. “
As soon as he’s healed, he’ll be back out there.”
The owner of the dog, who asked not to be named, said he was a “very big fan of the Animal Rescue Network” and said he would not have wanted to see his dog suffer.
“When I first saw it, it was just so cute and cuddly,” he explained.
“But then I realised that it was really hurt.
He’s a huge, huge dog, he’s been injured a lot and he has skin graft damage, so he’s quite a bit worse off now than he was.”
I love him and I don’t want to see him suffer.
He was a big fan for the Animal Relief Network, so I’ve never seen him suffer like this.
“A Facebook page has been set up to raise money for the dog and its owner.
“For this rescue, we are donating a dog, so please support us, and spread the word about this amazing story.” “
We have got to save them,” the page read.
“For this rescue, we are donating a dog, so please support us, and spread the word about this amazing story.”
The charity Animal Aid has set up an official Facebook page for the dogs.