When he never saw it again, the owner of Bevo was seriously afraid that he had lost it forever
As if the trauma of being involved in a serious car accident wasn’t big enough, a man by name Aaron Shuptrine of Houston, Texas, also lost her puppy I drink. In the violent impact, the little dog was thrown out of the car and ran away frightened.
All four-legged friend owners can imagine Aaron’s pain at that moment. Despite theaccident had been bad enough, he was out of it unharmed. But he still felt a great pain because in the impact he had lost his friend. The faithful life partner who had accompanied him for years.
The man immediately started a unprecedented research. Appeals on the internet, reports to the police and even an interview with reporters from a local media.
All this media noise raised by Aaron had put everyone on the alert. Including the pilots of thePolice helicopter which flew over the area of the accident in the following hours.
One of them had noticed a dog wandering nervously on the nearby freeway, until a car stopped and did get on board.
When he found out, Aaron literally went in panic. He immediately thought that the man wanted to steal I drink or want hurt him.
The discovery of Bevo and the reunion with Aaron
Fortunately, that driver didn’t have any bad intentions at all. He had simply noticed that puppy in great danger to be run over and, as a great lover of animals that he was, he had decided to give him a hand.
In the following hours he also had tried to calm him down, as the puppy was still very nervous and frightened, but his attempts were never successful.
From there it came to his mind not a bad idea. Contact a friend of his, who owns 3 other bulldogs, and ask him if he could keep it safe until he found its owner.
Thanks to posts and photos on Facebook published by Aaron, the driver managed to get in touch with him and arrange a meeting to get Bevo back.
For Aaron it was a relief really gigantic. Hugging his four-legged friend was what he hoped most in the world and, luckily, he had a really nice man.