Hiro, this adorable dog, has always been a gentleman. However, he recently showed how good he is once more.
Last month, Hiro and his owner, Viviana Davila, were relaxing in their backyard in Puerto Rico when Hiro noticed something on the ground along the fence line and alerted his owner. Hiro rose to take a closer look at the situation.
He’d found something, or rather someone, and wanted to tell Davila about it.
“I noticed Hiro licking something on the lawn,” I said. “The Dodo spoke with Davila,” Hiro licked it and stared at me, then repeated the process by licking it and staring at me. “That made me realize something wasn’t right, so I contacted Hiro.”
Davila continued, “I grabbed a towel and picked her up right quick.” “She was defenseless and helpless.” Hiro had been the one to save her life. However, he would go on to do more.
Davila found that the bird, a baby Quaker parrot, had gotten paralyzed after falling from her nest after consulting a veterinarian. That meant she had a slim chance of living in the wild, and if Hiro hadn’t found her in time, she would have died on the ground.
On the other hand, the juvenile bird proved to be a fighter. As a result, Davila gave her the name Hope.
“In such cases, the veterinarian encourages individuals to euthanize their dogs,” she stated. “However, he was surprised by Hope’s determination to live.”
Davila decided to adopt Hope and provide her with the finest possible care. As recommended by the veterinarian, she’s been feeding the bird regularly and trying her best to keep her warm and comfortable.
“After a week and a half, she’s doing a lot better,” Davila added. “Hiro has contributed to that effort.” He’s been by her side since the beginning.”
Hiro has worked tirelessly to ensure Hope’s heart heals as she settles into her new home and her body strengthens day by day.
“Nothing matters to him now,” Davila continued, “because he has a new mission: to look for Hope.”
“It’s been a fantastic experience having Hope and caring for her so far,” Davila added. The narrator states, “Every day, she teaches us about endurance, and Hiro about empathy and being a compassionate living being and friend.”
Hope not only made it through, but she now has a loving home thanks to Hiro.