When a hunter in the Canadian village of Glaslyn came across a litter of abandoned puppies last week, he had a very different animal experience than he'd expected.
"As I walked up, they all just kind of looked at me and I guess my moose hunt was over," Greg Zubiak told CBC. "I just said, 'OK, come on,' and as soon as I said that, they all come running to me."
The 20 puppies, ranging in age from about 3 to 6 weeks old, were deserted in a field with just a blanket to keep them warm. In an ironic twist, Zubiak did the only thing he could think of: he shed the gear he usually uses to hunt animals and used it instead to save them. He placed the puppies in a box in his truck, swaddled by his hunting clothes.