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Although the saying goes "an elephant never forgets", I think we'd all be kinder to animals if we knew just how much they remember! There's no mistaking the happiness and joy we see in the eyes of the nearly-drowned pooch pedestrians haul out of sewage during a Facebook Live broadcast in India.

We expect the folks at Animal Aid Unlimited, India have countless doggy friends because of their life-saving street rescues! Just a month after volunteers treat a stray nearly eaten alive with mange, we meet the same pooch... but this time, he's so delighted and healthy we almost don't recognize him!

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