Dog Rescues Kittens From Roadside (Video)

Two kittens, Skipper and Tipper, also known as “The Bag Kittens,” were rescued by a dog named Reagan. The kittens were left in a Meow Mix bag, dumped on a road and crushed by oncoming traffic. Reagan found the bag on the road and managed to drag it, with the kittens inside, all the way back home to his owner. She immediately found help for the kittens and they were nursed back to health.

Unfortunately, two kittens out of four who were in the bag did not make it. But Reagan is considered a hero for what he has done. The two kittens are now in good care at the Raccoon Valley Animal Sanctuary. Skipper and Tipper are recovering back to their normal health and seem to be in good condition, according to Linda Blakely who works at the Animal Sanctuary.

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146 comments

Camilla Vaga
Camilla Vaga2 years ago

so adorable

Takako I.
Takako I.3 years ago

This proves that dogs have a smart and warm-hearted animal.

Leanne B.
Leanne B.3 years ago

Great story and dog thanks.

Lisa Zarafonetis
Lisa Zarafonetis3 years ago

How precious !!! And idiot people say animals don't have feelings !!! That's crap !!!
Shared on FB.

Malti Ragh
malti ragh3 years ago

THE VIDEO IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE?!!! ITS JUST A VIDEO TO BE SHARED. ITS IRONIC THAT SUCH A SWEET GESTURE OF ANIMALS CANNOT EVEN BE SHARED BECAUSE THE HUMANS TRY TO OWN/POSSESS EVEN THE COMPASSIONATE ACT BY ANOTHER SPECIES, WITH THEIR TERRITORIAL NATURE. SHAME ON US.

Lourdes Acevedo
Lourdes Acevedo3 years ago

Aww....what a hero :)

Abbe A.
Azaima A.3 years ago

good dog

Chris C.
Chris C.3 years ago

Karma is a bitc*! Let's hope it comes HARD to whomever did this terrible deed!

Penny Bacon
.3 years ago

Amazing dog, too bad they couldn't have all made it, but at least two did.

Jutta N.
Past Member 3 years ago

new link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-DvR-tEMnDs