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A dog was trapped on a four-lane highway after getting hit by a car until a woman risked her life by dodging traffic, grabbing it and carrying it back across the dangerous highway to safety. The woman belongs to Mi Dulce Engie, a non-profit, and this wasn't her first daring rescue.
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There's no bears being rescued here, the big creatures are the ones actually doing the rescuing. In clip one, a bear lifts a crow out of the water, while in clip two, another bear rescues some food from the dumpster.
An owl was a bit out of place, as it laid on a lake. That's why a man used his rake to get the owl back to land. Either the man helped the animal or ruined his spa day.
Simon Cowell of Wildlife Aid Foundation jumped into action when he discovered a deer stuck in waist-high water. He was able to grab the deer and bring it to land, which probably saved its life. The animal lover started his foundation 34 years ago and has now saved countless animals in the United Kingdom. He joined RTM to discuss his rescues and his new fundraiser to help save hedgehogs. Click here to donate to the cause.
A terryfing moment caught on camera in China. Reports say a man was drunk and fell of a building. But his family caught him before he fell 12 stories. You can just hear the man scream as rescue crews finally arrive to pull him to safety.
The RNLI in the United Kingdom will save anyone and apparently anything as they came to the rescue of a sheep that was trapped in a cave.
A man was walking down a road following a typhoon in Taipei, Taiwan when he found a barely-alive kitten. He picked up the animal and brought it to an animal sanctuary, which basically saved his life. The cat was able to recover and is now named Matmo. He looks way better in just a limited time and he is now up for adoption.
Some timely rescues caught on camera. In clip one, lifeguards heard a little boy screaming out at see and it was the RNLI to the rescue. In clip two, firefighters carry a dog to safety from a housefire.
Here are two stories featuring raccoons getting assisted by humans. In clip one, a raccoon got its head stuck in a jar in Illinois, so Suburban Wildlife Center had to pry it loose. In clip two, a baby raccoon got stuck in a trash can in Long Island, New York, so a good Samaritan moved the bin so that the animal could go back into the wild.
Two furry animals needed some assistance after being stuck in rough situations. In clip one, a two-week-old kitten was rescued from a car wheel in Sydney, Australia. The cat, now named Rory after his rescuer, had been in the car's wheel area for roughly 25 miles before being noticed by the vehicle's owner. In clip two, Simon Cowell of the Wildlife Aid Foundation saved another fox. The little guy was tangled in a net, so Simon needed to cut him out but the animal returned the favor with a bite.
These people probably didn't go looking for bad situations, but in bad situations is exactly where they all found themselves. In clip one, people stuck in an elevator needed rescuing while in clip two an unmanned car becomes a rolling fireball.