Man Is So Moved By Viral Video Of Dog Being Dumped That He Goes Looking And Saves Him

Thanks to a man who saw a video of the incident that went viral, a dog who was shockingly dumped by the side of the road has a happy ending. A bicyclist in Itabira, Brazil, saw someone in a vehicle leave a small brown and white dog by the roadside a few weeks ago.

Because she couldn’t take the dog with her, the girl who filmed it went home to get her car, but when she returned to the scene, she couldn’t find the dog. She looked for several days in the area but came up empty-handed. She then shared the video on social media with the caption, “I can’t stop thinking about the dog.” “I’m not sure if he’s all right.”

Many people agreed with her, including a man who lived near where the dog was abandoned. He was moved by the dog’s plight and went in search of him. The Good Samaritan searched for the lost dog for two days straight!

Despite the fact that he was contacted by Defato Online, the Good Samaritan preferred to remain anonymous about his good deed. A video shared on WhatsApp, on the other hand, shows the happy rescued dog playing with a family in what appears to be a backyard.

“So people, this here is the dog we rescued that is causing a lot of controversy here in Itabira,” the narrator says in the video. We were moved by the story and decided to pursue him. He’s now being looked after. He’s here with us, with food and everything he requires.” With the exception of a name, that is.

People are now being asked to help the family name the dog, according to the news outlet. Is Pietro, Einstein, or Xerebebeu the best choice? According to polls, the name ‘Pietro’ is the most popular.

Thanks to the witness and the man who refused to give up on the dog, what began as a sad story now has a happy ending. Share this touching dog rescue story with your friends and family!

Toby Keith Has Some Good News For Fans After Surgery

Though Toby Keith, the Iegendary country music singer and songwriter, has mostly been on a three-year sabbatical from singing as he battles back against stomach cancer, his recent on-stage appearance in Las Vegas showed audiences that Keith could be making a come back now that his stomach surgery is over and the can cer battle is going well.

So, as he gets back into music and performing, Keith appeared on the Bobby Bones Show, an entertainment industry-focused radio show, to taIk about his battle with can cer and how it is going.

He also spoke about what challenges he has faced as he, now that his stomach can cer battle forced him to take a few year break from singing after years performing, gets back into a very Iimited performing schedule.

Commenting on that, Keith said, I haven’t worked a handfuI of shows in the last three years, but I worked every year for 27-28 years. He then added that his chief concern was remembering the words, saying : The only thing I had that concerned me was being away from it for three years and remembering all the words.

They subconsciousIy come to you when you’re working, you don’t even think about it. You know them. Getting completely away from them and having to start back.

But, though he feared he would have to use a teleprompter to help him remember the words as he gets back in the swing of things, that proved unnecessary.

According to the country music legend, he easily refound his groove and the lyrics came flooding back to him.

Though the lyrics issue fortunateIy turned out to be a non-issue, Keith commented on an unexpected issue that cropped up as he started singing again: finding the stomach muscles to sing loudly and longly.

That issue came not just from his not having been singing in recent years, but from the stomach surgery required for his cancer battle.

He said, The thing I had to overcome—the surgery I had on my stomach they had to stitch on my diaphragm. Not using it to sing every night, that is a muscle.

So I had to really work that to get it where I sing really really hard and really really vioIent and loud, I didn’t have that last 10 percent on the bottom where I could just belt anything. Like when I sang ‘McArthur Park’ at Carnegie Hall, it’s like opera stuff. So, I don’t know if I could do that, but what I do on stage is no problem.

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