Two lost dogs are found by a bus driver, who helps them get home in time for the holidays.
Bus driver Jamie Grabowski was returning to the station at the end of her shift last week on a chilly night in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, when she noticed something by the side of the road.
Two forlorn, scared puppies were there, shivering and left alone in the bitter cold.
Grabowski was aware that she had to stop.
What happened next is a lesson in love and compassion, but it must have felt like a Christmas miracle to the puppy’s anxious family who had been out all night looking for their missing pups.
To make sure they were reunited, the thoughtful bus driver went above and above.
Here is a clip from the Milwaukee County Transit System that demonstrates how this joyful holiday tale unfolded:
“It turns out that the dogs had somehow gotten out of their family’s yard two-and-a-half miles away from where Jamie found them,” transit officials wrote. “Jamie, an avid animal lover who jokes that she’s a ‘dog whisperer,’ said she is happy she was in the right place at the right time to help the two ‘very good boys.'”
Thanks to her, the dogs were safely returned to their family — just in time for Christmas.