In some cases everything necessary to pursue the foreboding shadows away is to have another companion stroll into our lives — or for this situation, waddle. For as far back as two years, George the canine was seriously devastated in the wake of losing his Labrador accomplice named Blackie, who had been close by for a long time.
His proprietor, Jacquie Litton, said he nearly didn’t endure his sorrow. Be that as it may, exactly when it appeared as though George could never again observe more brilliant days, he got a sudden guest. Prior this month amid the commemoration seven day stretch of Blackie’s passing, an agreeable duck waddled its way to the Litton’s yard and was in a split second attracted to George.
Dogs are notorious for chasing and scaring away birds, but George quickly warmed up to the quacking newcomer, who the Littons named Donald.Ever since Donald’s mysterious arrival, George has not cried once and his sad demeanor is quickly diminishing, revealing the sprightly George he was in days prior. “We have no idea where this duck came from but he sure does love George,” Jacquie said.
The two have stuck like glue, and George even gave Donald his bed.During the short amount of time they’ve been together, Donald’s companionship has revived an aging dog from a spiraling depression, and you can see just how happy George is to have a new best friend.This fur-and-feather friendship shows us it’s never too late to make a new friend, even with those we would least expect to form connections with. Words are not always necessary when we seek comfort. Sometimes all we need is a reliable shoulder—or in this case, a coat of feathers—to lean on.