Jamie Grabowski, a bus driver had just finished her bus route in Milwaukee on Dec. 18 when she noticed something around midnight: 2 dogs, seemingly unattended, darting in and out of the road.
It’s a freezing temperatures in the area that night, Jamie stop the bus calling the two dogs, who stayed closely attached to each other.
“Hey, you two! You need to go home right now,” Jamie is heard saying in the video. “C’mon, c’mon, c’mon inside!”
Jamie’s plea was successful. She opened the door and quickly guided her late-night passengers a pit bull and Doberman pinscher inside. The two pups explored the bus cabin while Jamie called authorities and explained her predicament.
“I got them on the bus because I thought they were going to get hit,” she’s heard telling a Milwaukee County Transit System dispatcher before turning to the dogs. “Come here, babies! I know. Come here, I’m going to get you home.”
Jamie, a self-described “dog whisperer,” played with her two new friends until a police officer arrived, according to the transit system, which published her story online as part of a longer series recognising its employees for “big and small acts of kindness.”
An officer retrieved the dogs from the bus and delivered them to the Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission, which cares for stray animals. She later learned that the dogs, both about 2 years old, had escaped from their family’s yard nearly three miles from where they were found.
The family was looking for them all night. Jamie said she was grateful to be in the right place to help the dogs, who could have frozen to death in the cold weather.
What a heartwarming story! The world definitely will become a better place when we show a little bit more kindness.
Source: Sin Chew