Here's todays' feel-good story:
A dog that was stranded on some ice on the frigid Detroit River for 4 days struggled to stay a live. The dog finally got a miracle and was rescued by a wildlife photographer.
“We had to fight for him,” Patricia Trevino of the River Rouge Animal Shelter (RRAS) said. “It was a level of frustration I’d never felt because this was a life; it was out there in front of us. We could all see it.”
Jude Mead and his son, who owns a marine construction company in Windsor, Ontario, rescued the pup and named it Miracle.
“Today the story came full circle. Today the little Miracle dog was placed into the hands of the hero who saved his life. That’s right—this dog who defied ALL THE ODDS will now live happily ever after with the man who saved his life,” Friends of the RRAS said.
“Miracle could not ASK for a better or more ideal family to love him! We are all so grateful for this happily ever after ending to this AMAZING story… Congrats Jude and family on the addition to your family! Happy life, Miracle!”