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Dog a hero to 300 cats


You probably all know I am a lover of dogs. I care for them a lot that I have so many of them at home.

Narito ang dalawa pang kwento showing the heroism of dogs.

Meet Ginny. She is considered a hero among humans and in the animal kingdom.

When she died, 300 cats attended her memorial service. They paid homage to the dog who put her life in danger on many occasions to save stranded cats.

One time, Ginny threw herself against a vertical pipe at a construction site so that it would topple and she could
rescue the stranded cats inside. Another time, Ginny suffered severe cuts on her paws to release an injured cat inside a box of broken glass.

Trakr figured in what is probably the most prestigious rescue in contemporary times.

Together with police officer James Symington, Trakr helped dig through 30 feet of debris at the World Trade Center “ground zero” site. He helped locate the last human survivor of the 9/11 attack.

Heard that Trakr has been cloned for use in other police rescue forces.

TRIVIA PA MORE (Various Sources):

South of Palawan lies Balabac Island, home of the world’s smallest hoofed mammal – the Philippine mouse deer. Locally known as Pilandok (Tragalusnigricans), this ruminant stands only about 40 centimeters at the shoulder level.

• Flying Lemur – One of the most distinct creatures on Earth lives in the Philippines. It doesn’t have wings but it can glide across 100 meters of space in a single leap. Like the lemurs of Asia, it moves around at night. Its head resembles that of a dog while its body has similarities with the flying squirrel of Canada.

In Mindanao, people call it “kagwang”. Around the world, it is known as colugo or the flying lemur.

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