So glad they helped him…!
They put their lives in dan.ger to save the dog from dr.o.wning in freezing water, but what they saved wasn’t a dog!
A group of Estonian dam workers discovered a dr.owned animal, which appeared to be a dog, struggling to stay above water in the nearly frozen Parnu River. The majority of the river has been covered by ice and must be cleared. They didn’t waste any time rescuing this helpless creature!
Rescuing any animal from freezing water, especially wild animals is extremely dan.ger.ous!
They were able to reach the trembling dog after much effort. They dragged the frozen animal to shore, wrapped him in a blanket, and took him to a nearby clinic. The men commented on the way to the clinic that the dog was very affectionate and even cuddled up in one of their laps. They believed the dog was simply thanking them for their assistance.
But what the vet told them sh.oc.ked them: they had saved a wolf, not a dog!
The veterinarian noticed that the wolf’s blood pressure was extremely low, which could explain why the animal was so calm. The wolf was discovered to be a young male about a year old!
When the wolf arrived at the clinic, he was [exh.au.sted] and hypothermic, and he required medical attention. But, for everyone’s sake, they put the wolf in a crate and continued to take care of it.
The wolf has recovered completely and has been released back into the wild with a tracking collar. Wolves are highly intelligent animals, and sure that they’re just as grateful for human help as any other animal would be!
Wolves are highly intelligent and I’m sure is just as grateful for their assistance as any other animal would be!
The animal has no idea what label the humans have given him….same soul ❤️ pleased to be safe
Surely we will always help everyone in need, whether they are dogs or wolves. Thank you for saving this baby