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   xoxoxoBruce  Sunday Feb 23 12:22 AM

Feb 23rd, 2020 : Tarbaby

I guess it would keep her warm but it’s summer in Argentina, so bad Idea.
Kids found this dog in a tar pit and alerted their folks who called the fire department.
The fires guys got her out but that was all they could do



An Argentinean not-for-profit organization called “Proyecto 4 Patas” answered the call but in the short time it took them to get
there the tar had hardened, the pup couldn’t move an inch. Neighbors provided water to hydrate and some vegetable oil to clean the pup enough to safely move her.



After nine hours of labor by volunteers (some of the fire guys came along to help too), 50 liters of Vegetable oil, 3 baths with
detergent, and a lot of rags... hey look there’s a dog in there. And she’s hungry.



Quote:
“When we were cleaning her, we were so afraid that she could die at any time, but after the first bath, she seems to relax so much. She knew we were trying to help her. After we finished, we thought that she would be exhausted and let her sleep, but no, all she wanted was to stay near us and cuddle.


If you massaged me with oil for nine hours , gave me three baths, and fed me, I’d be kind of attached to you also.

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Diaphone Jim  Sunday Feb 23 12:35 PM

Tough dog, nice people.



Carruthers  Sunday Feb 23 01:55 PM

Poor soul.

I wonder how much tar she swallowed and got in her eyes, ears and nose?

None I hope!



Griff  Sunday Feb 23 04:48 PM

Wait till they figure out they've resuscitated an ancient dog.



monster  Sunday Feb 23 10:08 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Griff View Post
Wait till they figure out they've resuscitated an ancient dog.


oh dear, you are awful. but I like you


Carruthers  Monday Feb 24 05:22 AM

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Originally Posted by monster View Post


oh dear, you are awful. but I like you

Now, that is a blast from the past...




monster  Monday Feb 24 09:50 AM

I put money on you responding to that



Carruthers  Monday Feb 24 10:08 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by monster View Post
I put money on you responding to that



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