Majority of people love animals and like to own pets because pets are faithful friends of human. Now we are going here to talk about heroic pets who saved lives of their owners when needed.
Moti, a German Shepherded was awarded with Dog of Year title in 2007 when he took a bullet saving his human family. Thus making his position among pets who saved lives of their owners. An intruder broke into an Indian family Patel House; Moti jumped on the gunman and diverted his attention. The man furiously shot at Moti and ran away without harming his human owners. Luckily this hero recovered from wounds and now enjoying healthy life.
Honey won 2006 Dog of Year honor when she saved her owner from a furious car accident. She saved her owner when Bosch, her owner, stuck in his SUV upside down in a deep ravine. Bosch knew that only Honey could save him, so he managed to release her. Honey went half a mile away from that place and succeeded to get attention of a man and brought him to the place of accident. Rescuers then told that if Honey had failed to do this, Bosch would have died. Honey listed herself in pets who saved lives of human.
“Truly a miracle,” Endris stated Natalie Morales when he escaped from a shark attack with the help of dolphins in 2007. Endris is a surfer and was surfing as in normal routine when a shark tried to attack. This shark attacked him for three times and injured him. He fought for his life. Meanwhile some of the dolphins intervened and made a circle around escorting him until he had not cleared the shore.
On 11th September, 2001 a blind computer sales manager, Michael Hingson reached office early to prepare for a meeting. His office was on 78th floor in World Trade Center. Michael owned a Labrador retriever named Rosselle. When passenger jets stroke into WTC, Michael was in his office. It was Rosselle who didn’t broke, but guided him to the lobby. Michael followed Rosselle for about one hour to come downstairs and manage a successful escape with her help. When he reached in lobby, the South Tower began to collapse. Police pulled Michael and Rosselle out from there well in time and saved them. Later on Michael became a spokesperson for Guide Dogs for the Blind, the organization that had trained Roselle.
Dog made a cell phone call to save his owner. These words are very unbelievable to hear but it is true. Belle saved his owner Kevin Weaver using his cell phone dialing 911. Weaver collapsed from a seizure as he is a diabetic patient. Belle was trained to bite emergency call button in case emergency. He won VITA’s Wireless Samaritan Award by doing this eventually saving his owners life.