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In a treacherous, disheartening 24-hour news cycle, sometimes good news is addictive, especially when that good news involves a tiny puppy.
Photographer Fared Alhor was photographing the remnants from last week's raid, the one that ended in the death of the Islamic State leader, when he came across a tiny, hurt puppy.
"I turned around and, accidentally, I saw a puppy standing next to his mom," or rather his mom's body.
"He was howling and sounded sad," Alhor said. After figuring out nobody else was going to take on the responsibility of the small pup, he took matters into his own hands and drove with the puppy tucked in his jacket on a motorcycle for 20 miles to reach a friend's home.
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Giving the puppy away was obviously doomed from the start. The pup, Bobe (pronounced like Bobby), is now living with Alhor.
If you feel like donating to buy Bobe some food or a dog house, Ernesto's Sanctuary, the clinic that is handling Bobe's checkups, is accepting money.
The puppy Bobe and our clinic in the CNN today 🤗— Ernesto’s Sanctuary for Syrian Cats (@theAleppoCatman) November 1, 2019
Ps , we want to help his owner with his expenses you can donate for him trough our fundraising : https://t.co/gSPJyuur6u
Or website: https://t.co/GOcZ0hB1sG
NOTE as subject : Bobe . https://t.co/QsC1RYweB5