Friendship is a powerful thing. For four homeless dogs in Brazil, their best friend and lifeline is a homeless person who thinks about their needs rather than his own.
A homeless man named Cesar went to the local hospital due to a chronic health problem. Most patients, when they have visitors, have human friends or families. But not Caesar. He had an entourage of four-legged friends glued to the door, anxiously waiting for their favorite human to come out.
Obviously, overwhelmed with anxiety, the loyal group sat at the gate at 3 a.m. when Caesar arrived. The employee, Chris Mambrim, was upset with the way he fed and cared for the dogs.
Cesar admitted that he often went without the food he had long sought to make sure the dogs would eat.
Hospital workers were incredibly affected by the sight. They let dogs inside as they shared the meal with Cesar.
His companions were waiting at the door. The simple person, without luxury, who relies on help to overcome hunger, cold, pain, and ills of the world, has the best comrades, and the exchange is reciprocal.
The exchange of love, affection, warmth, understanding, and waiting at the door shows how caring and loving they are. Oh if everyone were like this .... If there is no abuse
After about an hour of treatment, Cesar was ready to go. He and the four dogs left together, delighted. Their tails shook, their heads raised.
The love and loyalty between Cesar and his dogs are a beautiful thing.
When someone places your needs above theirs, there is nothing they will not do for you. Fortunately, the hospital staff realized their relationship and allowed the dogs to enter and be with Cesar.
Supplication for things to improve for them. Good to meet. God bless their bag.