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Remembering the Heroic Dogs of 9/11

9/11.

You don't even need to say more than those two numbers to know what someone is talking about. It's been 19 years since the unforgettable day of destruction and thousands of lives lost. It's a day anyone who lived through it will always remember. It's impossible not to. 

And while each and every year. there are countless memorials in honor of the heroic police, firemen, first responders, and all those who were lost. Today, we would like to take a moment and honor all of those who were impacted by 9/11, and the heroic dogs who were on the scene, trying to locate and save all who they could. More than 300 dogs joined the emergency rescue workers. These dogs are heroes in every sense of the word, from searching to rescuing, to comforting, to even bomb detection. The canines of 9/11 were pure acts of courage and will forever be remembered. 

There's a reason dogs are man's best friend. They are the epitome of heart and strength. 


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Remembering The Cats Of 9/11 With This Heartwarming Post

Elisa Black-Taylor, an experienced cat caretaker and rescuer, wrote a fascinating and touching post a few years ago, on the eve of the 10th anniversary of one of the worst days in American history. In her post, she tells the story of all those poor cats who were at Ground Zero during the 9/11 attacks as well as those cats left alone in their apartments for days, as their owners couldn't go back due to the chaos in the city or worse, didn't come back at all. We were so attached by this post, that we have decided we had to share it with you in her own words. You can read more of Elisa's posts on her Facebook page. 

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These Two Bad To The Bone Pups Called 911 A Total Of 16 Times (6 Pictures And A Video)

In a span of 30 minutes, sixteen calls were made to 911, all from the same phone number. Dispatch couldn't hear a person speaking on the other line and rushed over thinking there was an emergency. To their surprise, when arriving at the caller's home, no one was home. Officer Michelle Roberts reached out to the homeowners so they were able to get inside. What did they find when entering the home? Two dogs by their owner's phone upstairs in the office. The phone's screen was set to 'emergency calls only', the dogs accidentally kept calling 911 while they were playing with the phone. It was a lesson learned for the dad and a hilarious story that the police officers will never get tired of telling people.

Story via Fox 9 News

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Ever Imagined What Would Happen If a Dog Called 911? This Guy Did...

Most of the time, it's impossible to remain chill when you're a dog. The sheer panic of that everyday dog life would undoubtedly lead to a number of emergencies.

We can all agree that dealing with the suspicious mailman and constantly being harassed by a vacuum cleaner is definitely deserving of 911 call.

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Sorry bout dat. Ai seen teh kittehs gib u hed bonks. Shud ai kall 911?

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Yo Ma... what is the number for 911? I locked myself in the car again & I can't find my phone

(Pauly D, Jersey Shore)

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MAN, THAT WAS AWESOME! Oooh. Doesn't look like you'll be able to do that ever again, though.

dun wurrie, i will halps!

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