Pets performing miracles

Pets performing miracles

How do these pets do it? I consider this a miracle.

Puppy Tossed into Frozen Ditch Gets a Second Chance - StumbleUponFrom the article below: When Terry McGlade, a U.S. marine from Zanesville, Ohio, collapsed from a seizure in 2014, his rescue pup knew just what to do – he grabbed the phone out of McGlade’s pocket with his teeth and stepped on the screen for several seconds, automatically dialing 911. It’s nothing short of uh-mazing, especially considering McGlade says the dog was never trained to perform that task.

But wait there is more! What about the Hero German shepherd dog that leads help to a fire?

Other miracles include what Two dogs taught a veterinarian. Dave Masons famous song we just disagree. Its a miracle of wisdom what he sings in that song. Marianne Williamson on Miracles of Midlife.

There are miracles everyday that we don’t acknowledge or are aware of. I am constantly amazed at the number of close calls I see in traffic, in public, and in peoples workplaces. So many careless or accidental situations turn out for the best. When you consider how many things can go wrong, isn’t it a miracle that things work as well as they do? Take computers for example. They are made of millions and trillions of connections and if one of those goes wrong, it could ruin everything. Yet for the majority of tasks, computers work reliability and as designed. It is amazing that given the contradictory and confusing way they are used they don’t break more often.

Puppy Tossed into Frozen Ditch Gets a Second Chance – StumbleUpon.

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