two of the saddest human dog stories i've ever read

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two of the saddest human dog stories i've ever read

Post by redpill on Thu Jan 12, 2017 11:04 pm

Little Noah Whitcher, 3,

Three-year-old boy, dog die in Hillyard house fire

SATURDAY, OCT. 22, 2016, 9:04 A.M.
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Lori Rayburn breaks into tears Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, when learning the details of a 3-year-old boy’s death in a fire while huddled with his dog. Her husband, Jerry Atabelo, left, tried to fight the fire on Friday night with a garden hose from their home at the corner of Myrtle Street and Longfellow Avenue in Spokane. (Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review)

A 3-year-old boy who died in a fire late Friday night in Hillyard was found huddled with his dog, who stayed by his side, and a teddy bear.

“They died together,” said Spokane Fire Department Assistant Fire Chief Brian Schaeffer.

and another source
inside edition wrote:
House Fire Kills 3-Year-Old Boy and Dog That Refused to Leave His Side

A deadly blaze claimed the life of a Washington State toddler who was found next to the remains of his faithful pup that stayed by the boy’s side as flames engulfed their home, authorities said.

The body of a 3-year-old boy, identified by relatives as Noah Whitcher, was discovered up against a wall on a bed in the Hillyard home at about 11:30 p.m. Friday, Spokane Fire Department Assistant Fire Chief Brian Schaeffer told

Little Noah was found huddled with his dog, who also died, and a teddy bear, officials said.

“He was critically burned beyond resuscitative measures,” Schaeffer said.

The fire, which damaged the home extensively, was especially strong in the part of the house where Noah and his dog were found.

“It was very intense,” Schaeffer said.

Loved ones were left reeling from the loss of Noah, asking for prayers at such a difficult time.

“Our family lost a sweet very loving grandson named Noah,” his grandmother wrote on Facebook.

“Sweet, sweet boy, how I miss you already. Peace be with you,” another relative posted online.

Two adults and three other children in the home made it out safely before emergency responders arrived on scene, Schaeffer said.

He said the home had a smoke detector, but it did not have a battery.

The cause of the child’s death, as well as the cause of the fire, is under investigation.

so the dog could have possibly escaped the burning house, esp since dogs have superior sense of smell. instead the dog TyTy  cuddled up next to the boy.

i close my eyes and use my imagination and i imagine this 3 year old boy, then imagine this dog cuddled next to him as the house and fire is burning all around

wow. thats sad

the article linked another story of same thing

Dog Dies While Saving Baby in Fast-Moving House Fire: 'He Stayed With Her The Whole Time'
by Deborah Hastings 1:51 PM EDT, August 18, 2016

ibid wrote:
An 8-month-old baby is in intensive care after the family dog shielded her from a devastating house fire in Baltimore, a heroic effort that cost the poor pooch his life.

Little Viviana Poremski suffered serious burns to her face, leg and arm when flames erupted as she slept in her mother’s row house. Firefighters found her covered by Polo, a black curly haired dog that had spread his furry body across the baby.

Polo did not survive.

“He stayed with her the whole time in the bedroom and wouldn’t even come downstairs to get out the door,” Viviana’s mother, Erika, told WBAL-TV.

he panicked mother suffered burns to her hands when she tried to fight her way inside the burning home late Sunday night. “I just heard her crying and I couldn’t get to her,” the distraught mom told the station.

Poremski had lit a candle following a power outage, and had walked outside to her car so she could charge her cell phone, she said.

Within minutes, flames erupted. Fire officials are trying to determine what caused the blaze, which quickly engulfed the two-story home.

When firefighters arrived, Poremski was screaming “My baby, my baby!” said neighbor Martha Herman, according to WMAR-TV. The panicked mother was “was running up and down the street and I went over to her right away and she was just, actually, kneeling and praying and screaming,” Herman said.

It took about 30 minutes to extinguish the flames, authorities said. Poremski and her daughter lost everything in the blaze.

2 separate dog stories both in 2016 august and october in 2 different locations Spokane Washington and Baltimore Maryland.

house fires are extremely dangerous and deadly and can kill u.

but wow 2 dogs how sad. No No

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