Yes, I remember seeing that reported, and feeling a bit weepy.
There is an unsung gruop of people who I greatly admire who go about their good work everyday. These are the army of cleaners and helpers who assist elderly and disabled people. I encounter them most days in the course of my work. They work for minimum wage but go far beyond their duties and well over their paid time limits by doing that bit extra, over and above, out of the goodness of their hearts, running errands in their spare time or calling in out of hours to check that someone is OK. Striking up friendships with folk who often lead quite solitary lives. They absolutely restore my faith in human beings. Kim
here is todays post.
Over the past few years I have read several stories like this and its amost as if the animal know that someone is trying to help. I have to add he's a hell of a lot braver than me, Brian