Compassion Is Language Even Animals Can Understand. An Amazing Rescue Mission.

The Logical Indian

July 4th, 2015

Compassion is language even animals can understand. This amazing rescue mission is a living proof of this.

 

A leopard fell into a well when she was prowling for food near the Sonaigali village in Guwahati, Assam. The leopard struggled for a long time and got increasingly angry as it remained stuck.

 

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Seeing no other option, Veterinarian Bijoy Gogoi risked his life and went down the well to save the leopard. The animal understood his intentions and spectators were shocked to see a wild dangerous predator leopard behaving like trapped little kitten and cooperating in rescue mission.

Finally it was victory of compassion, bravery and quick thinking shown by Bijoy and the leopard was rescued.

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We salute Mr. Bijoy for this amazing and successful rescue mission.

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Image Source: DailyMail

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