Loyal Dog Won't Leave Injured Friend Behind - HELP JAPAN'S LOST & INJURED TSUNAMI PETS

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Updates on Japan's Loyal Tsunami Dogs: *******www.globalanimal****/2011/03/19/update-loyal-tsunami-dogs-s...
Updates on Japan's Loyal Tsunami Dogs: *******www.globalanimal****/2011/03/19/update-loyal-tsunami-dogs-safe-at-veterinarians/32822/ How To Help & Donate To Japan's Lost and Injured Pets: *******www.globalanimal****/2011/03/15/how-to-help-japan-pets/32243/ You don't have to speak Japanese to understand the sympathetic tones of the two men observing these dogs who are also disaster victims -- and one loyal dog refusing to leave his hurt friend's side. There is so much we don't understand about the emotional lives of animals. But we know they can suffer tremendously, and we know they care for each other. We wish all the people and animals of Japan heartfelt concern during this incomprehensibly difficult time. We know that the people of Japan will respond like these two friends, never abandoning each other in this time of need. Ganbatte kudasai! ("Don't give up!") -- Global Animal [ UPDATE: According to a facebook entry, a resident of Japan, Kenn Sakurai, is reporting that both dogs were found alive in Mito, Ibaraki. And thanks to the efforts of Japan Earthquake Animal Rescue and Support, the two dogs are currently in the care of a local shelter.] [ UPDATE: March 16, 2011 --CNN is reporting that both dogs received medical attention. The injured dog is currently at a veteranarian getting care and the loyal dog friend is at a shelter. In summary of the mens' conversation in Japanese: at first the two thought the injured dog was dead. They immediately called a vet for assistance for both dogs. The men say they wish they had brought food to give the dogs. We will continue to follow any updates on this story and the status of the injured dog who is reportedly still weak. - Global Animal] FOR INFORMATION ON HOW TO HELP AND DONATE TO LOST AND INJURED PETS IN JAPAN, PLEASE VISIT GLOBALANIMAL.ORG.