it is like rambo left behind to protect abandon usa military equipment. thinking houston is coming? we know they are not coming back. like rambo II when the cia wanted him to get photo’s of POW’s in communist coleman young pow camps. he went in and found the camp and decide to bring back the POW’s and the cia pick up zone saw him with POW’s but they wanted photo’s only. then abandon rambo and the pow’s to the HOUSE OF PAIN pow camp. rambo was forced to call the cia base with WOLF code name like ROME city founding mother. then he said he is coming for CIA dude… he beat up the russians and left in the bell helicopter taking again the POW’s rather then pictures. then russia brought attack helicopter and shot rambo down into a RIVER and with the photography it show the bell helicopter sitting smoking in the middle of the river like BELL ISLE… the russians started to gloat over their great shooting and was going to finally blow up.. rambo had a hand held toledo rocket and took down the communist coleman young helicopter… then he flew away to the cia base and BEAT UP THE CIA BOSS. so this is common stories of USA FORCES abandoning soldiers…. note how the dog protects the EQUIPMEnt… since KING only brings love to TOWN!!! shame on usa military and there policy of abandoning people like tommy in burma…
Dog left behind after family moves out, waits for owners to return for a month
(WXYZ) – A dog left behind after a family moves out of their Detroit home has a new lease of life.
It’s a heartbreaking photo making the rounds on social media. It’s hard to imagine that someone could just leave behind this beautiful, friendly dog.
But that’s what happened to Boo.
Mike Diesel of Detroit Youth & Dog Rescue said, “It’s absolutely heartbreaking for him. It’s heartbreaking for anybody that sees it.”
Boo was found, laying down alone outside on a mattress next to a pile of trash, waiting for his family to return for about a month.
Neighbors say he was left behind when his owners were evicted from their Northwest Detroit home.
“They came back one time, took the belongings that they chose to keep. Unfortunately, that wasn’t Boo.”
Luckily, neighbors fed Boo and tried to get the word out on social hoping someone would come to his rescue.
Mike spent more than 15 hours just to gain Boo’s trust.
He said, “Getting to know my voice. Getting him to know that I wouldn’t hurt him. Getting him to know he can trust humans again.”
Mike brought the pit bull mix to Groesbeck Animal Hospital and gave him the name, based on markings on his left side.
“It appears to say ‘Boo.’ There is a ‘B.’ There is an ‘O.’ And there is another ‘O.'”
Laura Owens is a veterinary technician of Groesbeck Animal Hospital. She is treating Boo.
“He is wonderful,” she said. “You would think that he would be scared and fearful of people but he is not. He came in here wagging his tail.”
Right now, Boo is heart worm positive but his overall health looks great.
“Dogs are the most loyal,” Mike added. “If we can get humans to be anywhere close to that level of compassion then we would have a much better world.”
Boo will be under vet care for the next 30 days, after that, the organization will be looking to find a foster home for Boo.
If you are interested, contact the rescue at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Groesbeck Animal Hospital at 586-463-7387.