A grateful lady travels 6,000 kilometers to save a stray dog who defended her from abuse on a shore while on holiday
A British woman traveled to Greek in search of a stray puppy who had previously rescued her from abuse. The animal has since moved to a new home, where she has given birth to six puppies. Georgia Blythe used to spend her vacations on the Greek island.
A stray puppy also spared her from a potentially disastrous encounter. Bradley returned the puppy to her permanent home as a gesture of gratitude. Two males contacted a 25-year-old student from Plymouth on a remote beach.
When she declined their offer of a drink, one of the men grabbed her hand.
The puppy sprung to its feet and screamed at the people, who bolted.
Georgia claims that the dog saved her once she realized something was wrong. The animal followed the young lady to her new home.
Bradley’s animal accompanied her to the plane and followed her around the entire time. It was a painful scene to witness.
Bradley went to Athens last week on a 6,000-mile trek to bring the animal home. Pepper was her name. She had to first take the animal to the vet to get the proper vaccines and documentation, without which the creature could not be taken out of the country.
Pepper was quarantined for 21 days before even being permitted to fly to the United Kingdom.
Georgia and her pet flew back to Cornwall when she became pregnant and gave birth to six gorgeous puppies.
Bradley described the trip as “crazy,” but the girl is overjoyed now that Pepper has safely relocated.