Puppy Thrown From A Bridge With Muzzle Taped Shut Is ‘Thankful’ Towards His Rescuer For Saving Him

An act of kindness goes a long way and will always be appreciated, indeed by creatures. One night, Bob Hoelter decided to walk to his favorite store rather of driving. As he was crossing a ground to get to the store, he heard a weak and sad wail that was coming from below. He went beneath and around the ground to look for the hurt critter. When he eventually saw him, he was agonized to see a spooked pup with his mouth taped shut. The poor canine had been thrown off the ground by his former possessors.


 Hoelter incontinently took the pup to the nearest sanitarium, the Griffith Animal Hospital. The sanitarium’s director, Lori Kovavich, set the pup’s treatments as an immediate precedence. The first thing they did was removing the vid around his nib, that had really damaged the skin. They gave him antibiotic ointment and injections. They also discovered that the pup had a broken leg which would bear surgery. Once they finished the original treatment, they made a cozy bed for the pup. 

After the puppy's story went viral on the Internet, the original family The Wittings fell in love with the puppy and decided to borrow it, and named it Louis.

At that point, the man who saved the pup was still unknown, since he only brought him to the sanitarium and went down without saying his name, but one day Hoelter’s bastard saw the clinic’s Facebook post about Louie’s story and made their reunion possible.




When the puppy finally reunited with his idol, he couldn't help but pay tribute to him and ran to show him all his love, which was his way of thanking the person who saved his life. Louie just would n’t stop licking Hoelter’s face. Nobody aloud Louie would fete his idol, but tykes Norway fail to surprise us.


 Momentum Louie lives with the Wittings, his new family, but we're sure he'll no way stop being thankful to the man who saved his life .