Woman Is Having a Serious Stroke – The Camera Caught Her Dogs Coming To Her Rescue!
The dogs went out looking for help (Video)
While dogs are known for their loyalty and love for their owners, this woman’s two Labradors went above and beyond when she had a stroke.
With not a second to spare, the two dogs ran to a nearby neighbor’s house. These two dogs are the true heroes of the day. Maureen Hatcher who suffered a stroke at her home in Florida is thanking her quick-moving dogs for jumping into action and getting her life-saving help. Although she lives with her grandson, she was home alone with her two labrador dogs, Bella and Sadie, when she collapsed to the floor and was unable to move.
Hatcher could barely speak. Fortunately, her two dogs were right there with her. “I remember Sadie coming in and I said … ‘Mommy needs help,’And then, they were gone.” Her doorbell camera caught the two Labrador retrievers running out of the house, frantically barking. Hatcher’s neighbor Alexandra Naspolini said that when she saw the dogs coming, she knew that something had happened so she followed them. “The house was so dark. I was so scared to be inside but it was like, ‘Something is wrong,'” she said. Naspolini was able to locate Hatcher and call 911. Paramedics arrived and took Hatcher to a stroke center in Jacksonville.
Her two angels saved her
“I do believe they (the dogs) saved her,” Naspolini said. “I don’t think she’d be here with us. I think everything has their purpose.” And while the door normally automatically locks on the door, for some reason she had not closed it all the way on that day, which prevented the door from locking. This allowed the dogs to manipulate the handle and let themselves out. “By rights, I shouldn’t be in the shape that I’m in. I had an angel across the street and I had a great rescue in the neighborhood. I’m blessed, very blessed,” she said. Watch the video, and see the dogs racing out of the front of the home and around the corner.
The dogs, named Bella and Sadie are now being hailed as heroes.