There’s the best statement from one of my preferred movies: “You’re my Nemo. On the off chance that you become mixed up in the incredible, huge sea, I will discover you.” If you at any point watched Finding Nemo then you will comprehend the gravity of this announcement. When you adore somebody this much, you will take the necessary steps to ensure they’re protected. What’s more, on the off chance that they need your assistance, there is nothing you wouldn’t accomplish for them. For a surrendered pooch, found in Florida, he comprehended that a kinship this uncommon is difficult to disregard. While driving down a Florida roadway, a truck driver named Dan O’Grady from Ohio, detected a little puppy without anyone else’s input on the shoulder of the street. O’Grady pulled his truck over and endeavored to support the canine however as he drew nearer, the little guy yapped, at that point withdrew again into the lush region close to the roadway.
O’Grady, as explained by the Humane Society of Summit County online, decided to follow the little dog AND it’s a good thing he did! “The frantic dog, a Jack Russell terrier, led Dan into the woods. It was clear the dog wanted him to see something. Under a bush, Dan saw a white domestic rabbit huddled there. Dan scooped up the rabbit and headed back to the truck and the dog followed.” O’Grady put his new friends in his truck, offered them what food he had on hand and made his way to the closest shelter.
He gave them the perfect names too: Highway for the dog and Interstate for the bunny.
Once they arrived at the local shelter, O’Grady sadly discovered that the facility does not accept rabbits. They gladly took in Highway but Interstate had to be taken elsewhere. Knowing it was unlikely for the pair to remain together anyway, O’Grady agreed, especially since the local shelter could offer immediate veterinary care for Highway. Dan remembered seeing rabbits at the Humane Society of Summit County so he called them up. They confirmed that they could help Interstate. The Humane Society of Summit County posted this on their Facebook Page: After confirmation we could care for a rabbit, he bought a crate and supplies for a make-shift bunny nest for Interstate and started the long drive north.