In Russia, something incredible happened when a dog became stranded in a very dangerous spot. A man decided to “wear his cape” and risked his life to save another. While some may never understand this behavior, others feel saving animals is a way of life.
In scrolling down and reading the Facebook comments, I came across this comment from Jody Renee York:
“For me it’s not hard to imagine. I work animal rescue and I lost a leg to save a dog that had been hit on a busy freeway. My legs was shattered when the dog and I managed to get almost all the way off the freeway all except my one leg only one more step and we would have both still had all body parts. I made my son in law drive the dog to the vet while a stranger waited with me for an ambulance to get me to the Er and when asked if I regretted saving this dogs life I show them her picture smiling in my living room 8 1/2 yrs later and I say no and I’d do it all again but I’d run just a bit faster next time. Lol yeah I’d do it again in a heartbeat.”
My point of view is this: You don’t have to agree but you do have to acknowledge. Bravery and selflessness isn’t something we are all born with.
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