In Puerto Rico, a homeless pooch found a job at the police house. There are moments in life when it seems that everything is getting any worse and there are not anything going well, and everything is bad, and in general no one likes. Perhaps that’s what situation was with Gorgo, a homeless dog who once wandered into the police house.
Dog looked frankly bad, and was obviously in need of care, but here he has not just found his assistance, but also friends, and work!
This story occurred last year at a police house in the town of Bayamon in Puerto Rico. A homeless dog, which was later named Gorgo (Gorgi), approached the officers and friendly wagged his tail.
“The pooch was in a terrible condition”, says Sergeant Tony Montesinos Emaciated, “with traces of violence he was afraid of us and at the same time craved attention and protection.” We brought him some food and water, the dog took it all with gratitude. He ate, stayed a little with us, and then went away. On the following day the dog returned. He was glad to everyone who passed by. The dog wagged his tail and looked into the eyes of the police officers. And the heart of officers melted under such a pressure. The police officers decided to take the pooch to the police station, chipped in money and took him to the vet.
By the time Gorgo fully recovered, he has become an irreplaceable friend to all employees at the site. “He knows how to relieve stress,” says Montesinos. However, now Gorgo would do it quite professionally he was sent to special courses for service dogs, where pupils are trained to help people cope with stress.
So, knocking once a random door, you can find support and care. There are happy days for Gorgo, in his new home everybody loves and cares about him. A new job for Gorgo is not a burden, he is extremely happy to repay the police the same love. “Everyone here loves him”, said the Sergeant. And we’ll make sure that he does not need anything before the end of his life.”