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  • Laura Bradford

    Puppy Escapes Hawk’s Clutches, Falls From Sky, Lives to Melt Hearts. Bonus his name is TJ Heavenly.

  • Dana Houston

    Puppy falls from sky! I want to live where it rains puppies.

  • Claire Frances Lloyd

    This puppy fell out of the sky on Mothers Day landing in somebodies garden. He was dropped by a Hawk and covered in oil, most likely a junk yard puppy. He was adopted by the people who's garden he fell into and now has a loving, forever home. Amazingly he was totally unhurt. One lucky dog.

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