A dog who loves to collect mails but what to do when you don’t have one? You write a mail to the dog and see the excited dog fetch it for her owners or turn her away signaling that you got no mail and see her face droop?
Well! The latter was not an option for one mailman.
Martin Studer, an Australian Mailman, did not want to turn away the dog , named Pippa ,without her daily dose of mail-fetching, so he started writing letters that were addressed not to her owners but to her! On his Facebook account he wrote:
“Sometimes, Pippa comes out for the daily delivery but there’s no mail for her to collect. So I have to improvise.”
And of course, the pretty and sweet Pippa simply loves her mails! But what is truly awesome is the kindness of Martin Studer and his relationship with Pippa!
A mailman who loves meeting his dog friend!
Are Mailmen the coolest friends to hang around if you are a dog lover? You bet!
A guy named Michael Collins posted a sweet video of his dog and a Mailman who comes to his house every day, not to deliver mails, but to see the dog who has had no friends since long, thanks to being considered a dangerous and an unapproachable dog! The Mailman gets down for his cycle for giving the misunderstood dog a pat and hug, every day, without fail!
This is what Michael Collins the dog owner wrote:
Just want to share something cool! Everyday whether or not we have mail this mail man always stops to see my dog who is only 9 months old. He always gets over looked as a dangerous or unapproachable dog, Maybe cause he’s big i am not sure. He doesn’t bark at them or growl ( Maybe the odd couple times he barks at people but which dog doesn’t ) But this guy here always makes an effort to get off his bike to give him a hug and a pat! I’m not sure who to tag on Facebook for him to see this! But thanks man keep up the good job and you’ve definitely got a friend waiting for ya!!
Check the video of the mailman and his dog friend here!
And hey, this is not all that we have got for you!
An orphaned Joey finds a friend for life in a Constable!
A baby Kangaroo, named Cuejo by the Western Australian Police, was pulled from the pouch out of its mother after she was hit by a truck. But thankfully Constable Mason was around to rescue little Cuejo. He took it back to the police station with him and the entire police team welcomed Cuejo with open arms. The officer fed the child and is taking care of it very well, and Cuejo loves hopping into his shirt as if it were his pouch!
And you know what, Cuejo got a second lease of life again by Constable Scott Mason when he chased after a wedged tailed eagle who had abducted the then 6-month old Kangaroo from the Burringurrah Community Police Station. The eagle lifted Cuejo about a 2-meter high fence when Constable Mason saw the scene and chased after it. The eagle had another partner-in-crime, another eagle who tried to have a go at the baby. But the chase by the officer perhaps frightened the eagle and later they abandoned the idea of trying to eat the Kangaroo. But when Cuejo was found he was bleeding, had puncture wounds to his face, and has his fur pulled off.
But thanks to Constable Mason and his timely action, Cuejo is safe and has survived.
Want to watch Cuejo with Constable Mason? Watch here!
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