Art and Literature Festival against Racism and Discrimination Held in Bonn

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Bonn, 27 August: Diaspora and development organization BASUG and Seraji Foundation organized the first Art and Literature Festival against Racism and Discrimination in Bonn on Saturday. Documentary film, discussion, art exhibition, songs, poetry and short stories on the issues were the attractions in the festival held in the MIGRApolis hall in Bonn centre.

Head of the Integration Department of Bonn City Corporation Coletta Manemann inaugurated the festival as chief guest, while BASUG Chairman Bikash Chowdhury Barua was in the chair. Representative of German-African Centre Klaus Thuesing and Administrative Chief of MIGRApolis Dr Hidir Eren Celik presented welcome address in the festival.

Speakers in the festival urged the integrated and united effort, instead of sporadic activities, against racism and discrimination in each and every sector in the society. They said, it is not enough that only some people voluntarily fight against racism and discrimination. Rather to make the society free from racism and discrimination we must have professional commitment with enough manpower and financial resources, with them we have to work from the primary schools to the highest level and stage in the society to make it a success.

Chief Guest Manemann added, tolerance is not enough, as it changes in course of time. Today you may tolerate somebody, and tomorrow you may not. So instead of tolerance we must have respect to other people. Moreover, diaspora organizations should also come ahead with such activities to fight against racism and discrimination.

Documentary film ‘I go always silent’ from Dr Keith Hamaimbo was screened in the festival, held with the financial support of the City Integration Centre, NRW Open World, Democracy Live and State Centre for Political Education NRW. German-African Centre and Bonn Network for Development were cooperation partners and international media organization Our Voice was the media partner of the event. 

A number meaningful and abstract paintings from Bangladeshi-German artist Maruf Ahmed, Mir Zabeda Yeasmin and Hossain Abdul Hai, German artist Carin Carola Paape and Senegalese artist Taaw-Ngagne Maleine Sene were exhibited in the festival. German-Turkish poet Dr Hidir Eren Celik, German poet Heike van den Bergh, Professor Dr Annakutty Valiamangalam, Mir Zabeda Yeasmin and Hossain Abdul Hai recited their poetry on the issues. Hidir Eren Celik and Bernice Lysania Ekoula Akouala presented their short stories in the festival. At the end of the festival African-German singer Saico Augusto Balde and Bangladeshi-German singer Abdul Munim enchanted the audience with their humanitarian songs and music. 

Moreover, poetry from Mobasswer Hossain Sumon and Planner Md Khurshid Hassan, half-yearly magazine ‘Die Grenze’ edited by Riazul Islam and other information materials were exhibited during the festival. 

Human Chain in front of UN in Bonn for Justice for Farazi

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Photo: AH/SF

Bonn, 16 May: Since almost one decade Badal Farazi has been passing his days inside the prison first in India and then again in Bangladesh. For the immediate steps from the United Nations and other human rights organizations to ensure justice for Badal Farazi a human chain has been formed in front of the UN Campus in Bonn, Germany.

International development organization Seraji Foundation and Bangladeshi expatriates in Europe have organized the human chain and termed the case of Badal Farazi as very inhuman and conducted human chain also in front of the International Criminal Court in The Hague in the Netherlands. Moreover they have planned to organize similar protest and human chain in the German capital Berlin, European headquarter in Brussels, Belgium and United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland.   

Human rights organizations in India and Bangladesh have already taken several initiatives and protests for the release of Badal Farazi from Bagerhat and they have been conducting lobby work with the concerned authorities of Indian and Bangladesh government. As a consequence Badal Farazi has been handed over to the Bangladesh government and sent back to Bangladesh on 6 July 2018. But he has been still passing days in prison, though he has committed not a small crime to be imprisoned for a single day, as proven from the human rights agencies and media reports.

Among others Editor of the bilingual magazine from Bonn “Die Grenze” Riazul Islam, Science Editor of Online Media Platform Md Khurshid Hassan Sajib, journalist Hossain Abdul Hai, Azim Sarkar, Mithun Pranab, Yeasmin Tamanna, Mahfuza Akter Ruby took part in the human chain.

Human rights activists said, the moderate attitude, affection to education and educational achievement during last one decade of Badal Farazi and the findings of human rights organizations and media organizations proved that he is innocent and he was not at all involved in the alleged murder. That is why human rights activists demanded the steps of national human rights commission of Bangladesh to release Farazi without any further delay. Photo: AH/OV

Art and Literature Festival against Racism and Discrimination Held in Bonn

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Art and Literature Festival

Bonn, 27 August: Diaspora and development organization BASUG and Seraji Foundation organized the first Art and Literature Festival against Racism and Discrimination in Bonn on Saturday. Documentary film, discussion, art exhibition, songs, poetry and short stories on the issues were the attractions in the festival held in the MIGRApolis hall in Bonn centre.

Head of the Integration Department of Bonn City Corporation Coletta Manemann inaugurated the festival as chief guest, while BASUG Chairman Bikash Chowdhury Barua was in the chair. Representative of German-African Centre Klaus Thuesing and Administrative Chief of MIGRApolis Dr Hidir Eren Celik presented welcome address in the festival.

Speakers in the festival urged the integrated and united effort, instead of sporadic activities, against racism and discrimination in each and every sector in the society. They said, it is not enough that only some people voluntarily fight against racism and discrimination. Rather to make the society free from racism and discrimination we must have professional commitment with enough manpower and financial resources, with them we have to work from the primary schools to the highest level and stage in the society to make it a success.

Chief Guest Manemann added, tolerance is not enough, as it changes in course of time. Today you may tolerate somebody, and tomorrow you may not. So instead of tolerance we must have respect to other people. Moreover, diaspora organizations should also come ahead with such activities to fight against racism and discrimination.

Documentary film ‘I go always silent’ from Dr Keith Hamaimbo was screened in the festival, held with the financial support of the City Integration Centre, NRW Open World, Democracy Live and State Centre for Political Education NRW. German-African Centre and Bonn Network for Development were cooperation partners and international media organization Our Voice was the media partner of the event. 

A number meaningful and abstract paintings from Bangladeshi-German artist Maruf Ahmed, Mir Zabeda Yeasmin and Hossain Abdul Hai, German artist Carin Carola Paape and Senegalese artist Taaw-Ngagne Maleine Sene were exhibited in the festival. German-Turkish poet Dr Hidir Eren Celik, German poet Heike van den Bergh, Professor Dr Annakutty Valiamangalam, Mir Zabeda Yeasmin and Hossain Abdul Hai recited their poetry on the issues. Hidir Eren Celik and Bernice Lysania Ekoula Akouala presented their short stories in the festival. At the end of the festival African-German singer Saico Augusto Balde and Bangladeshi-German singer Abdul Munim enchanted the audience with their humanitarian songs and music. 

Moreover, poetry from Mobasswer Hossain Sumon and Planner Md Khurshid Hassan, half-yearly magazine ‘Die Grenze’ edited by Riazul Islam and other information materials were exhibited during the festival. 

Wall Painting on SDGs Inaugurated in Bonn

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Team Seraji Foundation

Bonn, June 29: The One World Network initiative of wall painting and drawing on sustainable development goals SDGs was inaugurated on June 29 to raise awareness about sustainable development goals in various cities in Germany and to accelerate the united efforts to achieve these goals.

Opening ceremony and special exhibitions were held on the premises of DITIB Bonn Mosque on Saturday. More than 50 development organizations working on integration and development policies in Bonn and its surrounding cities attended the exhibition with their own information materials.

At the exhibition, the development organisation BASUG and Seraji Foundation exhibited various jute products and traditional products of Bangladesh and Nepal.

Notable, the wall drawing and painting on SDGs in Bonn was supported by Environment and Development Foundation NRW and the City of Bonn authorities.

Protect Horses from Cruel Entertainment on World Animal Day

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It sounds funny to think that a little Chihuahua would be able to stop a thief. If you think about it, other than yapping and possibly causing lots of harm with their sharp little teeth, any criminal could easily pick up the Chihuahua and the dog’s effort to stop crimes would be in vain. However, Carly, a Chihuahua from St. Johns, Canada became a hero when her yapping alerted her owners of a man that was trying to steal her fur sibling, a Newfoundland named Silas.

Little guard dog in alert

The pet owners let her dog’s out around 8:00 p.m. and a minute later Carly started barking nonstop. Dooling went out to investigate and saw a man dragging her Newfoundland down her driveway.

“I said -Excuse me, what are you doing?- he told me he’s taking his dog and I said -No, you’re not!

Without hesitating, the woman self-described as short walked up to the man and punched him on the face, then took her dog back home with her.

The man had come prepared with his own leash and had hooked up the leash to Silas’s leash. There was no way that I was going to be able to wrestle the dog out of his hands so the only thing I could think was just punch him, said Dooling.

After hitting the man, the criminal ran off down the street. It’s an inconvenience or a nuisance, you could say, when she does bark, but she’s my guard dog. Some people have big Dobermans I have a Chihuahua.

Meet the bravest little dog

As for her dogs, Dooling said Silas was subdued for much of the night and next day after the near-theft, while Carly the Chihuahua was on high alert, barking at anything that passed by the windows.

We have been reading posts on social media regarding people stating that there have been attempts to steal dogs from backyards. At this time we would like to remind everybody that any suspicious activity *needs* to be phoned in to us so patrol division can be dispatched and investigate.

Additionally, if you see that a friend has something posted on their Facebook of this nature please encourage them to call.

The mysterious pooch was discovered by a journalist and their news crew who were in the Bang Rakam District of Thailand reporting on drought conditions. The news crew revealed that they spotted the dog after it ran out of a house near to where they were filming. They then turned the camera on the adorable animal and shot a short video clip which was uploaded to Thai news site Matichon on November 12.

Never underestimate the power of a yappy Chihuahua

A daring dachshund proved herself a rare breed of heroine after she saved two boys from a savage bear attack. The super sausage dog raced into action after spotting two boys being ravaged by a massive black bear in Russia.

Bear attacks boys in Russia

The giant animal attacked the youngsters soon after they emerged from their village shop. “He caught up with Stas first. The bear threw him to the ground, began to trample him, bite him, he grabbed his head, then shoulder and back. I watched – and ran at the bear. I didn’t think about myself or what would happen. I just wanted to save my friend.”

“Nikita ran and saved me. He hit the bear’s head with a stone.”

At this point the bear, which now had a sore head, turned on Nikita, gnawing and clawing him, leaving Stas wounded and frightened. At this moment a little dachshund called Tosya arrived on the scene and barked furiously at the bear. Now the beast left Nikita and chased the darting dog into the forest.

Tosya diverted the bear well away from the village, before losing the wild animal and returning safely home. According to one report, the dog , hailed as a heroine, was rewarded with cake.

Bear cub alerts tourists

Both children were rushed to hospital, with Stas suffering scratches, bites and bruises, while Nikita had more serious wounds, with deep cuts on his hands, and bites on his legs.

Nikita’s mother Maria Nikonova says: “It was a shock. I couldn’t believe that bears can attack children in the middle of the village. It was terrible to look at all these lacerations, his torn clothes all covered in blood.”

Hunters tracked and shot the bear, which had earlier left a village couple marooned in their house as it laid waste to their garden. A bear cub created absolute havoc by running inside a coffee shop, running around the coffee shop and attempting to jump on tables.

Laughter can be heard on the clip, and everyone was quickly moved out of the way of the bear and it ran out of the shop again. It is thought that the cub might have been lost and disorientated or separated from its mother.

The smell of food, coffee and pastries may also have attracted the bear to explore inside. Hilariously, the shop advertises itself as a place where tourists can get close to nature – in this case, far closer than anyone would expect.

3 Ways of Saving Circus Animals

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It sounds funny to think that a little Chihuahua would be able to stop a thief. If you think about it, other than yapping and possibly causing lots of harm with their sharp little teeth, any criminal could easily pick up the Chihuahua and the dog’s effort to stop crimes would be in vain. However, Carly, a Chihuahua from St. Johns, Canada became a hero when her yapping alerted her owners of a man that was trying to steal her fur sibling, a Newfoundland named Silas.

Little guard dog in alert

The pet owners let her dog’s out around 8:00 p.m. and a minute later Carly started barking nonstop. Dooling went out to investigate and saw a man dragging her Newfoundland down her driveway.

“I said -Excuse me, what are you doing?- he told me he’s taking his dog and I said -No, you’re not!

Without hesitating, the woman self-described as short walked up to the man and punched him on the face, then took her dog back home with her.

The man had come prepared with his own leash and had hooked up the leash to Silas’s leash. There was no way that I was going to be able to wrestle the dog out of his hands so the only thing I could think was just punch him, said Dooling.

After hitting the man, the criminal ran off down the street. It’s an inconvenience or a nuisance, you could say, when she does bark, but she’s my guard dog. Some people have big Dobermans I have a Chihuahua.

Meet the bravest little dog

As for her dogs, Dooling said Silas was subdued for much of the night and next day after the near-theft, while Carly the Chihuahua was on high alert, barking at anything that passed by the windows.

We have been reading posts on social media regarding people stating that there have been attempts to steal dogs from backyards. At this time we would like to remind everybody that any suspicious activity *needs* to be phoned in to us so patrol division can be dispatched and investigate.

Additionally, if you see that a friend has something posted on their Facebook of this nature please encourage them to call.

The mysterious pooch was discovered by a journalist and their news crew who were in the Bang Rakam District of Thailand reporting on drought conditions. The news crew revealed that they spotted the dog after it ran out of a house near to where they were filming. They then turned the camera on the adorable animal and shot a short video clip which was uploaded to Thai news site Matichon on November 12.

Never underestimate the power of a yappy Chihuahua

A daring dachshund proved herself a rare breed of heroine after she saved two boys from a savage bear attack. The super sausage dog raced into action after spotting two boys being ravaged by a massive black bear in Russia.

Bear attacks boys in Russia

The giant animal attacked the youngsters soon after they emerged from their village shop. “He caught up with Stas first. The bear threw him to the ground, began to trample him, bite him, he grabbed his head, then shoulder and back. I watched – and ran at the bear. I didn’t think about myself or what would happen. I just wanted to save my friend.”

“Nikita ran and saved me. He hit the bear’s head with a stone.”

At this point the bear, which now had a sore head, turned on Nikita, gnawing and clawing him, leaving Stas wounded and frightened. At this moment a little dachshund called Tosya arrived on the scene and barked furiously at the bear. Now the beast left Nikita and chased the darting dog into the forest.

Tosya diverted the bear well away from the village, before losing the wild animal and returning safely home. According to one report, the dog , hailed as a heroine, was rewarded with cake.

Bear cub alerts tourists

Both children were rushed to hospital, with Stas suffering scratches, bites and bruises, while Nikita had more serious wounds, with deep cuts on his hands, and bites on his legs.

Nikita’s mother Maria Nikonova says: “It was a shock. I couldn’t believe that bears can attack children in the middle of the village. It was terrible to look at all these lacerations, his torn clothes all covered in blood.”

Hunters tracked and shot the bear, which had earlier left a village couple marooned in their house as it laid waste to their garden. A bear cub created absolute havoc by running inside a coffee shop, running around the coffee shop and attempting to jump on tables.

Laughter can be heard on the clip, and everyone was quickly moved out of the way of the bear and it ran out of the shop again. It is thought that the cub might have been lost and disorientated or separated from its mother.

The smell of food, coffee and pastries may also have attracted the bear to explore inside. Hilariously, the shop advertises itself as a place where tourists can get close to nature – in this case, far closer than anyone would expect.

Honduras Bans Use Of Animals In Circuses

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It sounds funny to think that a little Chihuahua would be able to stop a thief. If you think about it, other than yapping and possibly causing lots of harm with their sharp little teeth, any criminal could easily pick up the Chihuahua and the dog’s effort to stop crimes would be in vain. However, Carly, a Chihuahua from St. Johns, Canada became a hero when her yapping alerted her owners of a man that was trying to steal her fur sibling, a Newfoundland named Silas.

Little guard dog in alert

The pet owners let her dog’s out around 8:00 p.m. and a minute later Carly started barking nonstop. Dooling went out to investigate and saw a man dragging her Newfoundland down her driveway.

“I said -Excuse me, what are you doing?- he told me he’s taking his dog and I said -No, you’re not!

Without hesitating, the woman self-described as short walked up to the man and punched him on the face, then took her dog back home with her.

The man had come prepared with his own leash and had hooked up the leash to Silas’s leash. There was no way that I was going to be able to wrestle the dog out of his hands so the only thing I could think was just punch him, said Dooling.

After hitting the man, the criminal ran off down the street. It’s an inconvenience or a nuisance, you could say, when she does bark, but she’s my guard dog. Some people have big Dobermans I have a Chihuahua.

Meet the bravest little dog

As for her dogs, Dooling said Silas was subdued for much of the night and next day after the near-theft, while Carly the Chihuahua was on high alert, barking at anything that passed by the windows.

We have been reading posts on social media regarding people stating that there have been attempts to steal dogs from backyards. At this time we would like to remind everybody that any suspicious activity *needs* to be phoned in to us so patrol division can be dispatched and investigate.

Additionally, if you see that a friend has something posted on their Facebook of this nature please encourage them to call.

The mysterious pooch was discovered by a journalist and their news crew who were in the Bang Rakam District of Thailand reporting on drought conditions. The news crew revealed that they spotted the dog after it ran out of a house near to where they were filming. They then turned the camera on the adorable animal and shot a short video clip which was uploaded to Thai news site Matichon on November 12.

Never underestimate the power of a yappy Chihuahua

A daring dachshund proved herself a rare breed of heroine after she saved two boys from a savage bear attack. The super sausage dog raced into action after spotting two boys being ravaged by a massive black bear in Russia.

Bear attacks boys in Russia

The giant animal attacked the youngsters soon after they emerged from their village shop. “He caught up with Stas first. The bear threw him to the ground, began to trample him, bite him, he grabbed his head, then shoulder and back. I watched – and ran at the bear. I didn’t think about myself or what would happen. I just wanted to save my friend.”

“Nikita ran and saved me. He hit the bear’s head with a stone.”

At this point the bear, which now had a sore head, turned on Nikita, gnawing and clawing him, leaving Stas wounded and frightened. At this moment a little dachshund called Tosya arrived on the scene and barked furiously at the bear. Now the beast left Nikita and chased the darting dog into the forest.

Tosya diverted the bear well away from the village, before losing the wild animal and returning safely home. According to one report, the dog , hailed as a heroine, was rewarded with cake.

Bear cub alerts tourists

Both children were rushed to hospital, with Stas suffering scratches, bites and bruises, while Nikita had more serious wounds, with deep cuts on his hands, and bites on his legs.

Nikita’s mother Maria Nikonova says: “It was a shock. I couldn’t believe that bears can attack children in the middle of the village. It was terrible to look at all these lacerations, his torn clothes all covered in blood.”

Hunters tracked and shot the bear, which had earlier left a village couple marooned in their house as it laid waste to their garden. A bear cub created absolute havoc by running inside a coffee shop, running around the coffee shop and attempting to jump on tables.

Laughter can be heard on the clip, and everyone was quickly moved out of the way of the bear and it ran out of the shop again. It is thought that the cub might have been lost and disorientated or separated from its mother.

The smell of food, coffee and pastries may also have attracted the bear to explore inside. Hilariously, the shop advertises itself as a place where tourists can get close to nature – in this case, far closer than anyone would expect.

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It sounds funny to think that a little Chihuahua would be able to stop a thief. If you think about it, other than yapping and possibly causing lots of harm with their sharp little teeth, any criminal could easily pick up the Chihuahua and the dog’s effort to stop crimes would be in vain. However, Carly, a Chihuahua from St. Johns, Canada became a hero when her yapping alerted her owners of a man that was trying to steal her fur sibling, a Newfoundland named Silas.

Little guard dog in alert

The pet owners let her dog’s out around 8:00 p.m. and a minute later Carly started barking nonstop. Dooling went out to investigate and saw a man dragging her Newfoundland down her driveway.

“I said -Excuse me, what are you doing?- he told me he’s taking his dog and I said -No, you’re not!

Without hesitating, the woman self-described as short walked up to the man and punched him on the face, then took her dog back home with her.

The man had come prepared with his own leash and had hooked up the leash to Silas’s leash. There was no way that I was going to be able to wrestle the dog out of his hands so the only thing I could think was just punch him, said Dooling.

After hitting the man, the criminal ran off down the street. It’s an inconvenience or a nuisance, you could say, when she does bark, but she’s my guard dog. Some people have big Dobermans I have a Chihuahua.

Meet the bravest little dog

As for her dogs, Dooling said Silas was subdued for much of the night and next day after the near-theft, while Carly the Chihuahua was on high alert, barking at anything that passed by the windows.

We have been reading posts on social media regarding people stating that there have been attempts to steal dogs from backyards. At this time we would like to remind everybody that any suspicious activity *needs* to be phoned in to us so patrol division can be dispatched and investigate.

Additionally, if you see that a friend has something posted on their Facebook of this nature please encourage them to call.

The mysterious pooch was discovered by a journalist and their news crew who were in the Bang Rakam District of Thailand reporting on drought conditions. The news crew revealed that they spotted the dog after it ran out of a house near to where they were filming. They then turned the camera on the adorable animal and shot a short video clip which was uploaded to Thai news site Matichon on November 12.

Never underestimate the power of a yappy Chihuahua

A daring dachshund proved herself a rare breed of heroine after she saved two boys from a savage bear attack. The super sausage dog raced into action after spotting two boys being ravaged by a massive black bear in Russia.

Bear attacks boys in Russia

The giant animal attacked the youngsters soon after they emerged from their village shop. “He caught up with Stas first. The bear threw him to the ground, began to trample him, bite him, he grabbed his head, then shoulder and back. I watched – and ran at the bear. I didn’t think about myself or what would happen. I just wanted to save my friend.”

“Nikita ran and saved me. He hit the bear’s head with a stone.”

At this point the bear, which now had a sore head, turned on Nikita, gnawing and clawing him, leaving Stas wounded and frightened. At this moment a little dachshund called Tosya arrived on the scene and barked furiously at the bear. Now the beast left Nikita and chased the darting dog into the forest.

Tosya diverted the bear well away from the village, before losing the wild animal and returning safely home. According to one report, the dog , hailed as a heroine, was rewarded with cake.

Bear cub alerts tourists

Both children were rushed to hospital, with Stas suffering scratches, bites and bruises, while Nikita had more serious wounds, with deep cuts on his hands, and bites on his legs.

Nikita’s mother Maria Nikonova says: “It was a shock. I couldn’t believe that bears can attack children in the middle of the village. It was terrible to look at all these lacerations, his torn clothes all covered in blood.”

Hunters tracked and shot the bear, which had earlier left a village couple marooned in their house as it laid waste to their garden. A bear cub created absolute havoc by running inside a coffee shop, running around the coffee shop and attempting to jump on tables.

Laughter can be heard on the clip, and everyone was quickly moved out of the way of the bear and it ran out of the shop again. It is thought that the cub might have been lost and disorientated or separated from its mother.

The smell of food, coffee and pastries may also have attracted the bear to explore inside. Hilariously, the shop advertises itself as a place where tourists can get close to nature – in this case, far closer than anyone would expect.

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It sounds funny to think that a little Chihuahua would be able to stop a thief. If you think about it, other than yapping and possibly causing lots of harm with their sharp little teeth, any criminal could easily pick up the Chihuahua and the dog’s effort to stop crimes would be in vain. However, Carly, a Chihuahua from St. Johns, Canada became a hero when her yapping alerted her owners of a man that was trying to steal her fur sibling, a Newfoundland named Silas.

Little guard dog in alert

The pet owners let her dog’s out around 8:00 p.m. and a minute later Carly started barking nonstop. Dooling went out to investigate and saw a man dragging her Newfoundland down her driveway.

“I said -Excuse me, what are you doing?- he told me he’s taking his dog and I said -No, you’re not!

Without hesitating, the woman self-described as short walked up to the man and punched him on the face, then took her dog back home with her.

The man had come prepared with his own leash and had hooked up the leash to Silas’s leash. There was no way that I was going to be able to wrestle the dog out of his hands so the only thing I could think was just punch him, said Dooling.

After hitting the man, the criminal ran off down the street. It’s an inconvenience or a nuisance, you could say, when she does bark, but she’s my guard dog. Some people have big Dobermans I have a Chihuahua.

Meet the bravest little dog

As for her dogs, Dooling said Silas was subdued for much of the night and next day after the near-theft, while Carly the Chihuahua was on high alert, barking at anything that passed by the windows.

We have been reading posts on social media regarding people stating that there have been attempts to steal dogs from backyards. At this time we would like to remind everybody that any suspicious activity *needs* to be phoned in to us so patrol division can be dispatched and investigate.

Additionally, if you see that a friend has something posted on their Facebook of this nature please encourage them to call.

The mysterious pooch was discovered by a journalist and their news crew who were in the Bang Rakam District of Thailand reporting on drought conditions. The news crew revealed that they spotted the dog after it ran out of a house near to where they were filming. They then turned the camera on the adorable animal and shot a short video clip which was uploaded to Thai news site Matichon on November 12.

Never underestimate the power of a yappy Chihuahua

A daring dachshund proved herself a rare breed of heroine after she saved two boys from a savage bear attack. The super sausage dog raced into action after spotting two boys being ravaged by a massive black bear in Russia.

Bear attacks boys in Russia

The giant animal attacked the youngsters soon after they emerged from their village shop. “He caught up with Stas first. The bear threw him to the ground, began to trample him, bite him, he grabbed his head, then shoulder and back. I watched – and ran at the bear. I didn’t think about myself or what would happen. I just wanted to save my friend.”

“Nikita ran and saved me. He hit the bear’s head with a stone.”

At this point the bear, which now had a sore head, turned on Nikita, gnawing and clawing him, leaving Stas wounded and frightened. At this moment a little dachshund called Tosya arrived on the scene and barked furiously at the bear. Now the beast left Nikita and chased the darting dog into the forest.

Tosya diverted the bear well away from the village, before losing the wild animal and returning safely home. According to one report, the dog , hailed as a heroine, was rewarded with cake.

Bear cub alerts tourists

Both children were rushed to hospital, with Stas suffering scratches, bites and bruises, while Nikita had more serious wounds, with deep cuts on his hands, and bites on his legs.

Nikita’s mother Maria Nikonova says: “It was a shock. I couldn’t believe that bears can attack children in the middle of the village. It was terrible to look at all these lacerations, his torn clothes all covered in blood.”

Hunters tracked and shot the bear, which had earlier left a village couple marooned in their house as it laid waste to their garden. A bear cub created absolute havoc by running inside a coffee shop, running around the coffee shop and attempting to jump on tables.

Laughter can be heard on the clip, and everyone was quickly moved out of the way of the bear and it ran out of the shop again. It is thought that the cub might have been lost and disorientated or separated from its mother.

The smell of food, coffee and pastries may also have attracted the bear to explore inside. Hilariously, the shop advertises itself as a place where tourists can get close to nature – in this case, far closer than anyone would expect.

Hip Dysplasia and Dogs

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It sounds funny to think that a little Chihuahua would be able to stop a thief. If you think about it, other than yapping and possibly causing lots of harm with their sharp little teeth, any criminal could easily pick up the Chihuahua and the dog’s effort to stop crimes would be in vain. However, Carly, a Chihuahua from St. Johns, Canada became a hero when her yapping alerted her owners of a man that was trying to steal her fur sibling, a Newfoundland named Silas.

Little guard dog in alert

The pet owners let her dog’s out around 8:00 p.m. and a minute later Carly started barking nonstop. Dooling went out to investigate and saw a man dragging her Newfoundland down her driveway.

“I said -Excuse me, what are you doing?- he told me he’s taking his dog and I said -No, you’re not!

Without hesitating, the woman self-described as short walked up to the man and punched him on the face, then took her dog back home with her.

The man had come prepared with his own leash and had hooked up the leash to Silas’s leash. There was no way that I was going to be able to wrestle the dog out of his hands so the only thing I could think was just punch him, said Dooling.

After hitting the man, the criminal ran off down the street. It’s an inconvenience or a nuisance, you could say, when she does bark, but she’s my guard dog. Some people have big Dobermans I have a Chihuahua.

Meet the bravest little dog

As for her dogs, Dooling said Silas was subdued for much of the night and next day after the near-theft, while Carly the Chihuahua was on high alert, barking at anything that passed by the windows.

We have been reading posts on social media regarding people stating that there have been attempts to steal dogs from backyards. At this time we would like to remind everybody that any suspicious activity *needs* to be phoned in to us so patrol division can be dispatched and investigate.

Additionally, if you see that a friend has something posted on their Facebook of this nature please encourage them to call.

The mysterious pooch was discovered by a journalist and their news crew who were in the Bang Rakam District of Thailand reporting on drought conditions. The news crew revealed that they spotted the dog after it ran out of a house near to where they were filming. They then turned the camera on the adorable animal and shot a short video clip which was uploaded to Thai news site Matichon on November 12.

Never underestimate the power of a yappy Chihuahua

A daring dachshund proved herself a rare breed of heroine after she saved two boys from a savage bear attack. The super sausage dog raced into action after spotting two boys being ravaged by a massive black bear in Russia.

Bear attacks boys in Russia

The giant animal attacked the youngsters soon after they emerged from their village shop. “He caught up with Stas first. The bear threw him to the ground, began to trample him, bite him, he grabbed his head, then shoulder and back. I watched – and ran at the bear. I didn’t think about myself or what would happen. I just wanted to save my friend.”

“Nikita ran and saved me. He hit the bear’s head with a stone.”

At this point the bear, which now had a sore head, turned on Nikita, gnawing and clawing him, leaving Stas wounded and frightened. At this moment a little dachshund called Tosya arrived on the scene and barked furiously at the bear. Now the beast left Nikita and chased the darting dog into the forest.

Tosya diverted the bear well away from the village, before losing the wild animal and returning safely home. According to one report, the dog , hailed as a heroine, was rewarded with cake.

Bear cub alerts tourists

Both children were rushed to hospital, with Stas suffering scratches, bites and bruises, while Nikita had more serious wounds, with deep cuts on his hands, and bites on his legs.

Nikita’s mother Maria Nikonova says: “It was a shock. I couldn’t believe that bears can attack children in the middle of the village. It was terrible to look at all these lacerations, his torn clothes all covered in blood.”

Hunters tracked and shot the bear, which had earlier left a village couple marooned in their house as it laid waste to their garden. A bear cub created absolute havoc by running inside a coffee shop, running around the coffee shop and attempting to jump on tables.

Laughter can be heard on the clip, and everyone was quickly moved out of the way of the bear and it ran out of the shop again. It is thought that the cub might have been lost and disorientated or separated from its mother.

The smell of food, coffee and pastries may also have attracted the bear to explore inside. Hilariously, the shop advertises itself as a place where tourists can get close to nature – in this case, far closer than anyone would expect.

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