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    https://www.thedodo.com/

    I'm sure most of you are familiar with "the dodo", but for those who aren't..

    It's a site that offers these heartwarming videos of abused animals that always ends happily. They're like short 5-7 minute docs about the animal's journey from near death and/or homelessness to finding a loving home/owner. If you're not a little misty at the end of these there may be something very wrong with you...

    Enjoy.

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    I've watched tons of their videos on youtube, didn't know they have an official website though.

    I've had a thought for some time. When socializing I've posed this question several times and everyone generally agrees. Question: When you hear about an assault, or a murder, in your city how do you react? Speaking for myself, I'm somewhat indifferent. If you read a report of someone who abused an animal how do you react? I want that person harshly punished. Isn't this messed up? It's as if I'm placing animals over people.

    I've helped break up fist fights before and in that situation we're generally trying to chill everyone out. But if I saw someone beating an animal then I'd want to take a brick to their head. That's hyperbole, I wouldn't do that, but I think you get what I'm saying.
    Today is victory over yourself of yesterday. Tomorrow is your victory over lesser men.

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    Good question Strat.

    I think it's because the animal being abused is usually harmless and unable to fight back. There is something in almost every human being, no matter how apathetic, that finds that utterly sickening. It's existentially unacceptable.

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    Default Re: The Dodo

    this is a good one:


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    Default Re: The Dodo

    this might be my favorite:


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    This site is a fantastic creation and I find I must watch something daily. Like a needed drug. These videos truly inspire me.

    It is a deeply entrenched belief that human beings are superior to the animal world. Not so!
    People who rescue abused animals show the very best aspects of humanity: empathy, dedication, deep compassion.
    These dear animals are so ready to forgive the atrocities done unto them; they are incredible teachers and guides.

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    Things like these are medicine for the soul, especially during times like these.
    "When you've seen beyond yourself, then you may find, peace of mind is waiting there." ~ George Harrison

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    Napa the bear has a taste of freedom for the first time in his life after being rescued.

    When you express from a fearful heart in the now moment, You create a fearful future.
    When you express from a loving heart in the now moment, You create a loving future.

    Have no fear, Be aware and live your lives journey from a compassionate caring nurturing heart to manifest a compassionate caring nurturing future. Billyji


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    I think I have always been blessed to have animals in my life.
    We are here for something that is simple, beautiful and powerful and bold and genuine, the beauty of animal souls is one of the most honest pleasures of being here.
    When I call the animals and see them running towards me, I feel at home and I feel responsible, taking part in their simple joy of being. I really feel alive when I see them so happy it is a magic because I am put face to face with the wonderful feeling of what I am to them and they to me.
    They make me recognize intuition as language, there is so much in their souls that I just have to trust. I learned about the joy from them, they were my healing.

    There are souls with names who are always close to us.
    The dignity with which some animals resist any incident I think teaches us at least patience and how to stay calm.
    If I could thank all the animals for their love, trust, gentleness and nature, it would certainly be something said without words, only from my heart, to their heart.
    And all this to be just human.

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    Quote Posted by Mike (here)
    this might be my favorite:

    It's just the best!


    Quote Posted by Strat (here)
    I've had a thought for some time. When socializing I've posed this question several times and everyone generally agrees. Question: When you hear about an assault, or a murder, in your city how do you react? Speaking for myself, I'm somewhat indifferent. If you read a report of someone who abused an animal how do you react? I want that person harshly punished. Isn't this messed up? It's as if I'm placing animals over people.

    I've helped break up fist fights before and in that situation we're generally trying to chill everyone out. But if I saw someone beating an animal then I'd want to take a brick to their head. That's hyperbole, I wouldn't do that, but I think you get what I'm saying.
    Dearest Strat, I've heard so many people express this in so many different ways.

    I think Mikey is right when he says that he feels that people react that way because the animal being abused is usually harmless and unable to fight back. And then there is something else that I have been trying to put my finger on forever...

    I haven't got it truly nailed yet but essentially, I think it is this. We've had a very long, unbroken, deep, symbiotic relationship with many animals on this planet.

    They play a very pivotal role in our lives. They are with us at a very deep unconscious universal level, (or superconscious level even). Animals are without guile. They are who they are without pretence or false modesty. They haven't lost their instincts or their inner-sense (innocence). They have been a source of nourishment/guidance/wisdom for us in so many ways. In our past we revered and worshipped them and animals are often the symbol and expression for how we feel about ourselves, others and situations.

    We all know what someone means when they say, 'Lion-hearted', 'dog days', 'straight from the horses mouth', 'the elephant in the room', 'wild goose chase', 'cute as a puppy', 'barking up the wrong tree', 'let the cat out of the bag' etc. etc.

    They are healers. They are often our only family. They are a never-ending source of unconditional love, comfort and joy. They offer us companionship without any expectation of reciprocation or need of explanation. They are there for us in a way that sometimes no human can be.

    I know I've posted this before on Avalon but I find this little groundhog so endearing, delightful and funny. How is it that we can barely tolerate someone eating with their mouth open but we can sit and look at an animal eating without a shred of irritation? (and even enjoy it?)

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    Wally and Buggy.


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    Quote Posted by Strat (here)
    I've watched tons of their videos on youtube, didn't know they have an official website though.

    I've had a thought for some time. When socializing I've posed this question several times and everyone generally agrees. Question: When you hear about an assault, or a murder, in your city how do you react? Speaking for myself, I'm somewhat indifferent. If you read a report of someone who abused an animal how do you react? I want that person harshly punished. Isn't this messed up? It's as if I'm placing animals over people.

    I've helped break up fist fights before and in that situation we're generally trying to chill everyone out. But if I saw someone beating an animal then I'd want to take a brick to their head. That's hyperbole, I wouldn't do that, but I think you get what I'm saying.
    That’s because we have been desensitized from the constant human vs human violence in all the gore movies and violent video games that we been exposed to since childhood.

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    Rescued Animals Melt Into This Woman's Arms When She Sings To Them | The Dodo Faith = Restored
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    "Rescued bull couldn't stop crying — until this woman sang to him 🧡

    For updates on Hanuman and all the other rescues at Santuário Vale da Rainha, check them out on Instagram: https://thedo.do/valedarainha "
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    This stole my heart. Nala the cat travels across continents with Dean.


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    Faith. She had to lose half her body weight to be healthy again...


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    Baby Horse Moves Into Rescuer's Kitchen And Becomes Tiny Bucking Bronco
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    "Baby horse rejected by her mom at birth makes the most amazing recovery."



    (This fuzzy baby got a bad start in life as her Mom, who was a rescue animal herself, rejected her. But the rescuer humans didn't give up on her, and it looks like their efforts paid off.)
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    This is just pure grace. Phoenix and Ghost are reunited.




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    This Little Girl Who Couldn’t Speak Floored Everyone In A Donkey Sanctuary With 4 Simple Words
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    "Tracy and Julian Austwick had waited three long years to hear their baby speak. In fact, they had almost given up hope of knowing their daughter’s laugh. However, at one visit to a local donkey sanctuary, the tot shocked everyone with four simple words."




    World's Tiniest Donkey Loves Pranking His Mom - TINY TIM | The Dodo Little But Fierce
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    "This itty-bitty donkey was the size of a human baby when he was born. So his mom brought him into the house and raised him like a dog! Today on Little But Fierce, watch how Tiny Tim learned to ask for potty breaks, demand attention and crack his mom up with his mischievous antics."
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    jeez, this one is just beyond adorable:


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    This is crazy good...Guy rollerblades with his 75-pound dog on his back.


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