One of the nicest people on the planet had to have a difficult phone conversation. He contacted Hope For Paws and informed them about two homeless Pit Bulls he was caring for near his house.
He couldn’t take them since he already had a little dog and was scared they wouldn’t get along. The male Pit Bull is terrified of people, and it took ages for him to trust the gentle guy.
As the rescue members from Hope For Paws come and the Good Samaritan leads them to the dogs, the female rushes forward and joyously welcomes her new pals. She consumes her food while wagging her tail. The male dog is lingering in the background. He’s intrigued yet terrified. The helpful individual explains the problem.
He adores the two dogs named ‘George and Irene’ by the rescue. He was desperate to take them home with him. In reality, he believes that by allowing the rescue to take him, he is rejecting the male dog, who has a difficult time with humans and only trusts him.
Neighboring youths tossed stones at George and Irene when they were living on the street. It was not a healthy way for any dog to live. The kind guy understands, and it breaks his heart to see them depart.
Both canines are taken to the truck by the rescuers. Irene provides help to George. She remains at his side. Irene keeps vigil outside his crate, guarding her best friend. Irene is beaming. She knows she’s on the right track and has her closest buddy at her side to help her celebrate.
Back at the rescue center, the dogs have a relaxing bath. They are then subjected to medical examinations. The most incredible thing happens: George is diagnosed with bone cancer! He can receive life-saving treatment because it was discovered at the right time. George’s life was SAVED by that nice man! in more than one way!
Both puppies are being well taken care of. They are being trained to be pets rather than “street dogs.” George is warming up to everybody he encounters. He’s realizing that most people are really good and that it’s safe to trust them.
Please watch the video below to learn about their rescue. It’s so moving! Thank you so much to the kind gentleman, Hope For Paws, and Guardian Angels!