Saturday, October 1, 2016

This week at Rescue TV

Puppy With 3 Paws Was Going to Be Euthanized Because She’s a Pit Bull – Then Something Happened. Due to societal stigmas, Pit Bulls often have a harder time than other dogs. They are routinely victimized by the cruel dog fighting industry. Breed specific legislation seems to constantly target both Pit Bulls and their lookalikes — meanwhile, Pit Bulls are not even an actual “breed.” In some counties, Pit Bulls cannot even be adopted out — like in Henry County in Georgia.

When three five-week-old puppies, named Nugget, Krissy, and Sunshine, were found living in an abandoned area in the woods, the possibility that they would never make it out of Henry County Animal Care and Control was very real. According to their policy, any stray Pit Bull found is held for three days before being euthanized. But thanks to kind-hearted animal control officers, these babies escaped a grim fate.

Because Henry County Animal Care and Control in Georgia has a policy of not adopting out dogs considered Pit Bulls, Sunshine, the puppy in the photo below, and her siblings were going to be put to sleep. But the kind-hearted humans at animal control did something amazing.
Puppy With Missing Paw Was Going to Be Euthanized Because She's a Pit Bull But Thanks to These Awesome Humans, She's Saved (PHOTOS)
An animal control officer placed a phone call to Friends of the Forlorn Pit Bull Rescue. Founder Jason Flatt rescued the pups and found a foster home for each of them. But one baby, Sunshine, the littlest puppy, was having trouble with her missing paw.
Puppy With Missing Paw Was Going to Be Euthanized Because She's a Pit Bull But Thanks to These Awesome Humans, She's Saved (PHOTOS)
Flatt saw that Sunshine struggled constantly with trying to walk on her paw, so he wanted to help her out. He brought her to the vet and she was fitted with a temporary prosthetic.
Puppy With Missing Paw Was Going to Be Euthanized Because She's a Pit Bull But Thanks to These Awesome Humans, She's Saved (PHOTOS)
Clearly, Sunshine was overjoyed to have her new paw. Soon, she’ll have four proper prosthetics, each a different size to accommodate her doggy growth spurts.
Puppy With Missing Paw Was Going to Be Euthanized Because She's a Pit Bull But Thanks to These Awesome Humans, She's Saved (PHOTOS)
We’re so glad that in spite of breed specific legislation, some kind people stood up for these baby Pit Bulls and helped save their lives. Little Sunshine has already made strides learning to use her temporary prosthetic, but because she’s still a baby, she has a lot of growing to do. Without multiple prosthetics to accommodate her as she grows, Sunshine runs the risk of atrophy, or muscle loss due to underuse.

If you’re interested in helping Sunshine get a full set of prosthetics, click here. If you’re interested in giving her or any of her siblings Nugget and Krissy (or all three puppies!) a forever home, click here. All image source: Friends to the Forlorn Pit Bull Rescue/Facebook

This Abused Dog Weighed Only 22 Pounds When He Was Rescued – Look at Him Now! When you think about it, it really doesn’t take that much to make a dog happy. A couple of treats, a game of fetch every once in a while, and making sure that their bowl of water is full when they’re thirsty and they have plenty of food to nosh on when they’re hungry, and they’re pretty content. Despite how simple it is to follow through on these tasks for our companion animals, some people cruelly choose not to. We can’t wrap our heads around why someone would keep a dog in their possession simply to abuse them or make them live out a miserable life, but sadly this kind of thing still happens.

Last February, a Lurcher was rescued by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) and at 22 pounds, was, in fact, the thinnest dog inspectors had ever encountered still alive. The poor dog, called Ned, was less than half the average weight for his size and breed. RSPCA got a hold of the pup after Ned’s owner, Maria Staniforth, had actually called them claiming Ned was a stray she had found on the street. After these claims proved to be untrue, Staniforth was jailed and has since served 18 months in prison.

How anyone could allow their dog to deteriorate right before their eyes is beyond us. You can just see the pain in this poor pup’s eyes.
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Thankfully, after Ned’s story began to circulate, dog lovers began donating food and clothes to the charity to nurse the poor creature back to health. Between the RSPCA and the kind helpers, Ned has doubled in weight and looks healthier than ever!
Pup 2
Ned has a new home, a new family, and three new dog siblings to play with. We’re so happy that Ned is in safe hands now!
Pup 3
While Shaniforth hardly took responsibility for the tragic condition Ned reached, we are happy that she decided to call RSPCA and hand over Ned. Goodness knows this pup wouldn’t have lasted much longer in the hell he was living. Now, Ned has over 60 acres of land to roam and is being given all of the basic things he needs to survive, and more! We wish you the best, Ned, your brightest days are ahead of you, buddy. All image source: Mercury Press

Saving dancing bears – 10 Years of FOUR PAWS
You might think dressing up like a bear is a bit silly, but it’s all in the name of a very serious cause - FOUR PAWS is celebrating 10 years in the UK - and what a decade it’s been!

We opened our first ever Big Cat Sanctuary, LIONSROCK in South Africa, which is now home to over 100 rescued animals from around the world! We rescued the last remaining dancing bears in Europe, we even managed to shut down “the world’s worst zoo” in Gaza, rescuing all the remaining animals. Crucially, we have succeeded in helping thousands of animals in disaster zones all over the world.

We're encouraging you to share this video and help raise awareness of cruelty to bears, so we can continue to help rescue and support these beautiful animals across the globe.

So please share this with your friends on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and help us to continue raising awareness of animal cruelty and help save thousands of animals across the world.

After their owner died, they were thrown out to the streets and became homeless.
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Man Returns To Adopt The Dog He Rescued, And The Surprised Pup Couldn’t Be Happier. Joey Wagner, a marine animal rescuer from Nova Scotia, rescued a severely ill pit bull puppy on the brink of death. The mange-infested puppy was taken to the vet to receive the care he so desperately needed, but little did Mojo know that he’d be reunited with his rescuer.

The three-month-old pit bull puppy was said to only have hours to live. Wagner moved Mojo to an animal hospital.
The three-month-old pit bull puppy was said to only have hours to live. Wagner moved Mojo to an animal hospital.
The little pup got his name after his miraculous recovery. He obviously had all kinds of good mojo and luck on his side.
The little pup got his name after his miraculous recovery. He obviously had all kinds of good mojo and luck on his side.
Because of the severity of Mojo's case, ordinary adoptions were not considered. But that led to the best part of the entire story; Wagner came back to adopt the dog he saved, and the surprise made Mojo very happy!
Because of the severity of Mojo's case, ordinary adoptions were not considered. But that led to the best part of the entire story; Wagner came back to adopt the dog he saved, and the surprise made Mojo very happy!
Today, Mojo is three years old. His coat never fully grew back, but the love he receives from his family is more than enough to keep him warm. It’s so great to see him in his forever home.
Today, Mojo is three years old. His coat never fully grew back, but the love he receives from his family is more than enough to keep him warm. It's so great to see him in his forever home.
You can keep up on Mojo’s story on his Facebook page. There’s nothing like a happy ending!

Sweet Photos Capture a Scared, Homeless Dog Learning How to Trust Humans. Pet homelessness is a huge problem. In the United States, it’s estimated that there are about 70 million stray cats and dogs who have to fight every day just to survive. They don’t have anybody to provide them with clean bowls full of food and water, toys to play with, or love and cuddles. The few lucky ones who are rescued by compassionate humans are often mistrusting at first — a sign that points to bad experiences in their past. Yet, again and again, we are constantly amazed by how quickly dogs who have been forced into the worst circumstances learn that they can trust humans. We don’t know much about how Pepe, the little dog in the photo below, ended up living on the streets, but thanks to the tireless efforts of rescuers at Hope For Paws, he was saved

Pepe had been struck by a car. Injured and alone, he had a few reservations about the humans who showed up to try and rescue him.
Sweet Photo Captures the Moment a Scared, Homeless Dog Learned He Could Trust Humans
Myrna, one of the rescuers who showed up on the scene, attempted to coax Pepe over by getting close to the ground and offering him a taco, but even though he was hungry, he did not want to get close to a human.
Sweet Photo Captures the Moment a Scared, Homeless Dog Learned He Could Trust Humans
Eventually, Pepe’s rescuers set up a trap, complete with the taco and a cozy blanket — and it worked! Pepe was caught.
Sweet Photo Captures the Moment a Scared, Homeless Dog Learned He Could Trust Humans
Now safe and sound, Pepe slowly began to realize that these were humans he could trust. Just look at that happy face!
Sweet Photo Captures the Moment a Scared, Homeless Dog Learned He Could Trust Humans
Saved from living out his days on the streets, Pepe the dog cuddles up to Myrna.
Sweet Photo Captures the Moment a Scared, Homeless Dog Learned He Could Trust Humans
After his rescue, Pepe was neutered, microchipped, groomed, and sent to be a foster dog at Hope Ranch Animal Sanctuary, a shelter whose mission is to take in animals that have been abused, neglected, or are at risk for euthanasia. This little guy is finally getting the fresh start that all dogs of his background deserve. We hope that he makes plenty of friends, dog and human alike, in his new home and that he eventually finds a forever home where he’ll never have to spend another night outdoors. If you’re considering welcoming a companion animal into your life, please always adopt and never shop. Dogs like Pepe may come with a little extra baggage, but as you can see in the photo, all they need is a little love.

To learn more about Hope Ranch Animal Sanctuary, visit their official website. Lead image source: Eldad Hagar/flickr

Off-Duty Firefighter Rescues Strangers' Dog From House Fire.
An off-duty firefighter conducted a lifesaving mission into a house on fire to save a dog from the blaze. Tim Tawater risked it all and it's not even his pooch. He was driving when he saw the house was on fire, he told INSIDE EDITION: "The big do...

This Woman Moved to an Island and Was Shocked By the Stray Animal Problem – So She Did Something. There are some situations which animal lovers stumble upon that are simply too upsetting to ignore. We’ve seen animal rescue teams go above and beyond for injured stray animals, we’ve seen people save abandoned animals even in the midst of natural disasters, and we’ve seen people change the entire course of their lives to help the creatures living in their vicinity. Just recently, a woman by the name of Junie Kovacs moved to Koh Lanta, Thailand to open up a cooking school. When Kovacs arrived on the island, however, she was met with an unexpected sight: starving and injured stray dogs everywhere!


As Kovacs relays, the reason there were animals everywhere was because many of the businesses in the area had shut down and so the dogs didn’t have any trash to eat.

The stray animals were in very poor shape, and since the closest veterinarian was three hours away, the locals saw the dogs as a nuisance.
Thailand Sanctuary 4
As a result, many of the pups were killed.
Thailand Sanctuary 2
Determined to do something, Kovacs decided to transform her cooking school into a restaurant and use the proceeds to help. In 2005, she opened up an animal sanctuary with a 24-hour veterinary clinic.
Thailand Sanctuary 5
As the years have passed, many tourists have since become volunteers at what is now known as Lanta Animal Welfare.
Thailand Sanctuary 9
People from all over Thailand visit the sanctuary to get help for their animals.
Thailand Sanctuary 1
Many of the animals have been adopted into homes all over the world. Konvacs also started a sterilization program which has brought the stray population of the island down by about 90 percent!
Thailand Sanctuary 8
Today, there are only about 40 dogs and 70 cats living at Lanta Animal Welfare.
Thailand Sanctuary 7
Konvacs truly changed this island for the better!
Thailand Sanctuary 10
What Konvacs was able to accomplish on this island in Thailand is not only impressive because of the volume of animals she has helped, but because she was the only one who rose to the occasion. It’s very easy to see hundreds of stray dogs and decide to euthanize them thinking there’s “no other option” or simply ignore them. It’s much harder to see a problem of such great magnitude and decide to change your everyday life to ensure long-standing change. Many of these animals owe their lives to Konvacs and her group of volunteers. To learn more about Lanta Animal Welfare, visit their website. All image source: Lanta Animal Welfare

3 Incredible Organizations Dedicated to Helping Stray Dogs in Native American Communities. Close to three million dogs and cats die every year in U.S. shelters, and millions of stray and unwanted animals are living on the streets. It’s a true epidemic in many parts of the world. Most homeless dogs and cats don’t have adequate shelter, leaving them exposed to the elements; this can be especially dangerous in areas that experience long periods of extreme heat or cold. Their living conditions also make them susceptible to disease, injury, and starvation. And because most stray and unwanted animals aren’t spayed or neutered, populations can quickly get out of control.

A lot of great programs exist to help homeless animals, but many of them are located in more urban areas. In rural communities, people may not have the luxury of a vet clinic or groomer being a quick drive away or the resources to house large numbers of animals like larger shelters in urban areas. This poses an issue not only for those trying to save stray animals, but those wishing to help pets and families stay together by providing access to veterinary care and educational programs. In the Midwest and other areas of the U.S., there are rescue organizations who have formed with the specific goal of addressing the issue of stray animals on American Indian reservations, which are typically located in remote areas.

No matter where you live, the issue of stray and unwanted animals affects us all. But amazing organizations like the three listed below help us remember that by working together, we can do amazing things to help animals in our communities.

1. Leech Lake Legacy
3 Incredible Organizations Dedicated to Helping Rescue Stray Dogs
Leech Lake Legacy was founded in an effort to assist the animal impound on the Leech Lake Reservation in Minnesota. In their first year alone, 200 animals were saved through their transport network to partner organizations throughout the state. In their second year of operation, they saved over 900 animals!  This amazing organization is able to save countless lives through their partnerships with local shelters and foster-based rescue organizations. They also assist pets within the community by hosting wellness clinics where residents are provided access to routine veterinary care, microchipping and spay/neuter services for their pets. Those who are no longer able to care for their pets can surrender animals as they would at a shelter. Leech Lake Legacy also holds educational events where community members can learn about animal care, pet first aid and canine behavior.

2. LightShine Canine
3 Incredible Organizations Dedicated to Helping Rescue Stray Dogs
LightShine Canine works to help homeless dogs and cats on Reservations in South Dakota. Most of their work focuses on the Pine Ridge Reservation, which spans over 2 million acres. It’s a lot of area to cover, but their network of dedicated volunteers works hard to save as many animals as possible. A large number of homeless animals live within the area, meaning populations can easily get out of control and become a safety issue for animals and humans alike. By working with volunteers and community members who share a passion for helping animals, LightShine Canine is able to medically treat and transport animals to partner organizations,  who then help the animals find adoptive homes. In 2014, this incredible organization saved over 1,000 animals!

3. Red Lake Rosie’s Rescue
3 Incredible Organizations Dedicated to Helping Rescue Stray Dogs
Aaron Sawdey for Red Lake Rosie’s Rescue/Facebook

Red Lake Rosie’s Rescue focuses on helping homeless animals on the Red Lake Reservation in Minnesota. Since 2006, they have rescued over 6,000 animals – amazing! The rescue has a small shelter on-site where animals are housed until they can be transported to rescue partners, where they live in foster homes until they are adopted. The organization also hosts spay/neuter clinics to help prevent pet overpopulation and provides health fairs where community members can get their pets vaccinated and groomed. Their educational programs teach community members about animal care, the importance of spaying/neutering pets and how to prevent animal abuse. It’s all part of a community effort to help not only homeless animals but people and their pets. With the help of 40 partner organizations, they’re able to make amazing things happen in their community!

How to Help Homeless Animals in Your Community


  • Love road trips? Organizations often rely on volunteers to help transport animals to their partner rescue organizations or foster homes.
  • Volunteer to help at a local wellness clinic for animals in your community. It’s a great way to help animals and meet new people.
  • Donate to your favorite shelter or rescue to help fund their efforts to save homeless animals.
  • Help educate people about the importance of spaying and neutering their pets to help prevent unwanted litters and reduce the number of homeless pets in communities around the world.

Lead image source: Leech Lake Legacy/Facebook

Feisty deer topples wildlife rescuer

Rescuing a Pit Bull who just wanted to be loved. A MUST SEE!
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Bait Dog Too Depressed To Lift Her Head Undergoes Remarkable Transformation. Dog-fighting operations are some of the most despicable situations rescuers encounter, but a lot of happy endings can come from busting one in the early stages.

The bait dogs are often chained up with no shelter and minimal food and water. Neglected and emaciated, they need rescuers to intervene before it’s too late. And that’s exactly what happened here.

The SPCA of Texas sent rescuers to a suspected dog-fighting ring in Able Springs, Texas. Rescuer Madeline Yeaman approached the scene, and the dogs were jumping with excitement at the sight of her. Except for one dog…
The SPCA of Texas sent rescuers to a suspected dog-fighting ring in  Able Springs, Texas. Rescuer Madeline Yeaman approached the scene, and the dogs were jumping with excitement at the sight of her. Except for one dog...
The severely emaciated pup in the background could barely lift her head and was on the brink of death. Her giant collar was attached to a heavy chain, and she had no shelter to hide from the elements.
The severely emaciated pup in the background could barely lift her head and was on the brink of death. Her giant collar was attached to a heavy chain, and she had no shelter to hide from the elements.
She was having trouble moving, so rescuers were patient with her to get her to stand. It was clear she didn’t have much fight left in her.
She was having trouble moving, so rescuers were patient with her to get her to stand. It was clear she didn't have much fight left in her.
She was rushed to a clinic for a checkup and immediately started treatment. The poor dog had almost no blood flowing through her veins.
She was rushed to a clinic for a checkup and immediately started treatment. The poor dog had almost no blood flowing through her veins.
They named her Gwen Stefani, and as a few days passed, she began to show more energy and life.
They named her Gwen Stefani, and as a few days passed, she began to show more energy and life.
Gwen receives lots of love all day long and gets to enjoy the little things, like fetch and comfortable place to sleep. It’s a totally different life than what she was used to.
As her body healed, Gwen's spirit and fight started to show. Seeing her run around outside is nothing short of a miracle.
Gwen is recovering mentally and physically but is a very happy dog. The next step is to find that forever home.
Gwen receives lots of love all day long and gets to enjoy the little things, like fetch and comfortable place to sleep. It's a totally different life than what she was used to.

Gwen is recovering mentally and physically but is a very happy dog. The next step is to find that forever home.
“It’s hard to believe that Gwen is the same dog we met almost 2 months ago. She was so thin and defeated the day we met her, her recovery is nothing short of remarkable. Her kindness is one of the many things that we love most about her; even after everything she endured she still loves people so much. Gwen is here today, available for adoption and looking for her forever home, because of your support.” – SPCA of Texas, Visit Gwen’s adoption page if you’re interested in adopting her. You can help other dogs by visiting SPCA.org[h/t The Animal Rescue Site]

After rescue: bear Tomi's first contact with water

Injured baby donkey rescued; watch her mama's reaction.
A tiny baby donkey had been attacked by a wild animal and suffered more than a dozen bites all over her body. Watch her amazing recovery!

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A decade on, rescued brown bear Benji is still celebrating
Mama And Baby Elephant Were Dying In The Mud When A Miracle Happened. This story of an intense elephant rescue will have you on the edge of your seat. On the Shangrala website, they detail each step of the rescue and the amazing conclusion.

“Conservation workers, who normally have a policy of leaving nature to fend for itself as much as possible, could not sit by and let a mother elephant and her calf die horribly from being stuck in a mud lagoon.”

Finally able to run: bear Gjina enjoys her new life!

Rescued: Tomi can feel water again

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A mother and her baby were sinking in the mud as the herd could only stand and watch.
A mother and her baby were sinking in the mud as the herd could only stand and watch.
The calf was crying out. There was nothing they could do.
The calf was crying out. There was nothing they could do.
But then wildlife officials showed up with some rope, hoping it would be enough to pull them out.
The calf was crying out. There was nothing they could do.
They got the baby out on the first attempt, but the baby just ran back to her mother. She got stuck again.
They got the baby out on the first attempt, but the baby just ran back to her mother. She got stuck again.
The baby started to cry out again. She wouldn’t leave the mud without her mother.
The baby started to cry out again. She wouldn't leave the mud without her mother.
Almost free for a second time, the baby tried running back to mom.
Almost free for a second time, the baby tried running back to mom.
The team did everything they could to try and keep the baby from going back into the mud.
The team did everything they could to try and keep the baby from going back into the mud.
They decided to try for the calf one more time. You know what they say about the third time…
They decided to try for the calf one more time. You know what they say about the third time...
The third time’s the charm!
The third time's the charm!
The herd cries out to the baby and she takes off to them instead of the mother.
The herd cries out to the baby and she takes off to them instead of the mother.
Mom is exhausted and ready to give up at this point. But the workers kept at it.
Mom is exhausted and ready to give up at this point. But the workers kept at it.
They wouldn’t be able to pull mom out the same way they did the baby. So they got a tractor.
They wouldn't be able to pull mom out the same way they did the baby. So they got a tractor.
It started to work! The tractor pulled and mom helped out.
It started to work! The tractor pulled and mom helped out.
Mom starts to yell out for her baby as she is pulled from the mud.
Mom starts to yell out for her baby as she is pulled from the mud.
Mom is finally free! She runs to the herd and her worried baby.
Mom is finally free! She runs to the herd and her worried baby.
They are all safe at last! And it’s all thanks to a group of heroes that wouldn’t give up.
They are all safe at last! And it's all thanks to a group of heroes that wouldn't give up.
What a feel good ending! If you love stories like this, share it with your friends.

Man Spots A Dying Puppy On The Road And Makes A Call To Save Her Life. A man spotted a dog on the side of the road and immediately knew something was wrong. Without hesitation, he called for help and hoped everything would be all right. Adopt-a-Bull Rescue would help give Princess the transformation she deserved.

A man did an amazing thing when he found this dying puppy lying unconscious on the road. He immediately called for help.
A man did an amazing thing when he found this dying puppy lying unconscious on the road. He immediately called for help.
This dog had a horrible skin condition that could have been treated, but her owner neglected her and tossed her out like trash.
This dog had a horrible skin condition that could have been treated, but her owner neglected her and tossed her out like trash.
The rescue team named her Princess. She could barely keep her eyes open but they could tell she was a fighter.
The rescue team named her Princess. She could barely keep her eyes open but they could tell she was a fighter.
After just a few days, Princess started to gain some strength after some much needed rest and food.
After just a few days, Princess started to gain some strength after some much needed rest and food.
Once healthy enough, she found a foster home! This is her with Cliffy, her step-brother.
Once healthy enough, she found a foster home! This is her with Cliffy, her step-brother.
Finally getting the care and attention that she deserves, Princess couldn't be happier.
Finally getting the care and attention that she deserves, Princess couldn't be happier.
Fortunately, Princess suffered no permanent damage and her coat grew back all nice and shiny. Just amazing!
Fortunately, Princess suffered no permanent damage and her coat grew back all nice and shiny. Just amazing!
Wow! I can’t believe this recovery and transformation. Thanks to some amazing people, Princess will never live that nightmare again.

Share this if you love happy endings! :)

[Source – Adopt-a-Bull Rescue]

Fox recovers from gunshot wound
Unstoppable Kitten Refuses to Listen to Doctors Defying The Odds.
This kitten is unstoppable! Every single day is a blessing for Ace. As a kitten, he was run over by a car injuring his back legs. He shouldn't be walking. He has a hole in his heart that should have cut his life short. A year later, he is running; proof that cats truly have nine lives.

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Cheri, a bottle-baby kitten specialist/foster at Cats at The Studios based in Los Angeles, California, thought she was just getting another kitten to foster. But when she laid eyes on Ace, a black and white 6 week old kitten, her heart melted.

His condition was dire. Ace had been run over by a car in Downey, California and taken to the local shelter. The doctors at the shelter did an assessment and thought amputation would be the quickest solution to the injury. A volunteer from Cats at The Studios immediately "pulled" Ace from the shelter, not knowing what to do next.

Cheri fostered Ace and took it upon herself to get a second, third and forth opinion. What the doctors discovered is that Ace had an underlying, inherent heart condition. He had two holes in his heart causing it to beat harder, faster than a normal heart. The prognosis was grim. He could die at any time and the doctors told her to prepare for the worst.

In tears, Cheri couldn't help but fall in love with Ace. So, like many do, she became a foster failure.

It has been nearly a year since filming this story and Cheri and Ace continue to do well. Today, Ace is now a proud Foster Dad to the many, many, many kittens that come through Cheri's doors. It seems both are devoted to each other and the cause of helping needy kittens.

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