A dog is a faithful animal and we just can’t figure out how much love the dog has for his master. He is the only living being on planet earth that loves you more than he loves himself. That’s the beauty of it. Dogs are considered the most loyal animal, especially to human beings. They don’t talk but they understand people completely- based on the body language and their behaviors.
Max, a 17-year-old Blue Heeler dog from Queensland, Australia has been the talk of the town for spending more than 15 hours in a rugged bushland in the rain with a lost three-year-old child named Aurora. The dog is deaf and partially blind and still, it managed to draw attention of the world media after leading the a team rescuers to the pace where girl was stuck. Max got tonnes of praises from every snippet of the world.
Aurora (the child) was reported missing around 3 pm on Friday after she strolled off on her own. According to ABC News website, Her family started looking for her in rural areas but unfortunately, they couldn’t find her. The investigation process began with more than 100 State Emergency Service volunteers, police and members of the public on the next day itself.
Aurora’s grandmother, Leisa Bennett said she heard Aurora’s voice from the top of the mountain on Saturday and headed toward it, where she found the loyal dog- Max. The dog then led the grandmother straight to the lost three-year-old girl. “I shot up the mountain … and when I got to the top, the dog came to me and led me straight to her,” Bennett said to ABC..
Queensland Police was totally impressed by Max’s heroics. Max was credited with the title of an honorary police dog for his heroic act. Aurora was spotted at around 8 am Saturday morning about 1.2 miles away from her house. It is learnt that the little girl suffered minor cuts and abrasions.
“The area around the house is quite mountainous and is very inhospitable terrain to go walking in, so she’d travelled quite a distance with her dog that was quite loyal to her. With the weather last night it’s quite lucky she is well because it was cold, it was cold and raining,” SES area controller Ian Phipps told ABC.net.au.
Aurora’s grandmother was blissfully pleased as well as emotional when Aurora was found on Saturday morning when she had gone missing Friday night. “I think [Aurora] was a bit overwhelmed by the tears and the howling, but I explained to her how happy those tears were. It could have gone any of 100 ways, but she’s here, she’s alive, she’s well and it’s a great outcome for our family,” she said.
Humans may be selfish, jealous but dogs are truly not. From what we can come to a firm conclusion is that dogs give their heart out for you no matter what. In today’s world, lots of unwanted things are going around with many of the people often find themselves in cheating and betraying others but one must realise that animals never betray your love. That’s the best message, a dog can teach human beings.