Wednesday, 28 December 2016

Dog stays with injured companion on railway tracks for two days !

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Brave dog saves life of his horribly injured best friend by standing guard and protecting her from passing trains for TWO DAYS until rescuers arrived
THE heart warming story of a faithful dog who saved the life of his friend as she lay too injured to move on train tracks has been captured on video.
The terrified dog faced certain death, stranded for two days on the tracks as trains zoomed over her.
But thanks to her loving companion Panda protecting her until help arrived, the pooch Lucy miraculously survived the ordeal.
Lucy was too injured to move from the tracks in Ukraine, but Panda kept her alive by curling up next to her and pushing her head down when trains zoomed over.
If locals in Uzhgorod came too close, then Panda barked to scare them away.
The pair were discovered by Denis Malafeyev, who shared a spine-tingling video of the dogs ducking as a train sped over their heads.

Loyal Panda stayed by Lucy's side for two days saving her life by keeping her warm and protecting her as trains sped over them

The loved-up pups were eventually rescued and continue to snuggle together in the car boot on the way to the vets.
Mr Malafeyev said it was unclear how Lucy was injured and she may have been hit by a train crossing the track.
He said: "It's such a touching story. I got a phone call from a friend who said that there were two dogs lying on the railway track near Tseglovka village for two days.
"When we arrived, it turned out that one of the dogs, the female, was injured and couldn't move.
"But the male dog was protecting her from us. I saw a train approaching - and felt sick.

The pair are now safe and sound after their two-day ordeal and their owners have been tracked
The pair are now safe and sound after their two-day ordeal and their owners have been tracked

"The male dog heard the sound of the approaching train, came close to the female dog and laid down next to her.
"Both of them pushed their heads towards the ground, and let the train pass.
"The male dog was doing this for two days in a row. Think about it. He was keeping her warm.
"I don't know what to call this: instinct, love, friendship, loyalty?

( courtesy of the sun)

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