learn from your mistakes
many people have told me this and it was not until today I finally comprehended it.
On a “date” with my friend, we decided to hit an outdoor mall with Fluffy. Like all malls-they have escalators. Having a blast, laughing, and adoring my dog….things took a turn for the worst. As soon as we wanted to get off the escalator, my dogs tiny hands got caught at the end of it.
He was crying for help…and I wasn’t able to do much but cry for help. As soon as this happened, the police/security man turned off the escalator and another man rushed up tI grab my purse and hand me a towel.
Blood was gushing out of my poor baby’s left hand. He was in pin. Yet, right after the incident happened, he remained calmed, licked his wound…while I was still unable to put myself together.
This was such a frightening incident.. Lesson learned. No more escalators.
Thankfully, after we headed to the vet-no broken bones. Nonetheless, he lost a good chunk of his tissue muscles. Poor baby.
Thank you to those who helped Fluffy and I. I know you are strangers, but I will never forget the wonderful thing you did.