Special thanks to these old men for their kind and caring deed.
Recently Maurice Valliere and Pat Greba, 70-year-old retired prospectors, were lauded as heroes for rescuing a dying Moose.
The incident occurred in the forests of Timmins, Ontario. Valliere was at home when his 82-year-old friend called to report a moose stranded in a deep mood.
The man tried to rescue the Moose himself, but all his efforts went to no avail. Valliere then tried to call the authorities for help, but no one answered his call.
After learning that the poor animal was about to die, Maurice Valliere called his friend Pat Grebe to save the animal together.
The men rushed to where the poor animal was stuck. His mouth was filled with his eyes, as were his eyes and his whole face.
The poor animal was barely breathing. When the moose saw the man, he started moving and calling for help.
He made the moose feel like they were there to help; the animal gradually calmed down, allowing the humans to rescue him.
They were very happy, knowing that the poor moose would go on living. The moose was rescued.
When the news went viral on the Internet, the men said they didn’t do anything special.