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WHEN Girlie the thoroughbred horse ripped open her leg with barbed wire her devastated owner Julie Gorton thought she'd lost her. The 13-year-old mare had lost so much blood that veterinary experts told Julie she wouldn't last through the night. The bottom of her right leg had been torn away, exposing the bone and severing a main arterty.
£10,000 of pioneering plastic surgery on a horse !
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When keen rider Julia Dean bought her new horse Solo, she thought she'd got a good deal. The promising grey mare was a good jumper and Julia, 29, spent the first six months riding her in competitions all over Cheshire UK. But nine months after the mare arrived at her stables near Macclesfield, Cheshire, Julia got a lot more than she'd bargained for.
Bought one horse ended up with a bonus horse !
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Six week old Angel, the miracle foal, cheated death to be with her closest friend - 17 hands high Fitz. But she has to be careful to stay on the right side of the fence - as if Fitz puts a foot out of place, he could squash his tiny 12 inch friend.
Minihorse finds giant friend.
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WALKING WITH BABOONS. KATIE BOSWELL HAS GIVEN UP HER HOME IN THE UK TO STUDY TROOP OF BABOONS
Walking with Baboons the girl who walks with wild baboons everyday !
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WHEN Woolley the rabbit suffered from an infection in his back legs, his owners were reluctant to have him put down. Owner Carla Foulger was determined to put the hop back into Woolley’s stride. So she discovered a company that made wheelchairs for dogs - and asked if they could have one custom made to fit Woolley, a three year old dwarf lop eared rabbit.
Wheeliebun.Woolley, a three year old dwarf lop eared rabbit fitted with wheels.
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WHEN Kate McAlpine was growing up and enjoying a priveliged childhood, she had no idea that one day she would be living amongst African street children. A member of the wealthy building family McAlpine, she has now put aside that luxurious lifestyle that she was used to, to help save the street children of Tanzania. ( africa , aid , africa , orphan , poverty, scottish , scotland )
Kate McAlpine from luxurious lifestyle  to help save the street children of Tanzania.
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WHEN Owen the baby hippo was washed into the sea after the devastating tsunami, his chances of survival were limited. He had become separated from his mother and the remaining hippos within his pod, and at just 12 months old was unable to swim to safety. So when rangers from the Kenyan Wildlife Service rescued him from his plight and took him to the safety of a wildlife reserve, tiny Owen decided to take matters into his own hands. His gaze fell on Mzee - not another hippo - but a giant tortoise. And he quickly decided the tortoise would make the perfect mother figure to follow around.
Hippo with a giant tortoise for a
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After losing their son Nicholas in a fatal drive-by shooting whilst on holiday- a horrific event that captured the attention of the world - many parents would want to get on with their lives and not be reminded of that fateful day of horror on a dusty Italian road. But not Reg and Maggie Green made the brave decision to donate his organs for transplantation.
A legacy of life. Boy saves seven lives with his organs.
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Siamese twins Eman and Sanchia prepared to go through the pioneering 16 hour operation to separate them as they lay joined at the spine in December 2001, doctors warned their parents that they might never walk. But the operation was a success and now Sanchia and Eman have defied doctors to take their first steps a fortnight ago, in time to celebrate their second birthday.
Siamese twins  dance and run after doctors said they would never walk.
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WHEN Tina Nichols was diagnosed with leukaemia at the age of 24, she thought she had been unlucky. After she fought through the disease with lifesaving chemotherapy treatment, she finally thought she could get on with her life. But in chances of half a billion to one, she was struck down with a different form of cancer earlier this year, at the age of 37. Against all the odds she has now battled through this cancer too - and has just been given the all clear.
Tina Nichols , half a billion to one cancer fight.
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