As Southern California Fire continues to cause devastation, firefighters struggle hard to fight against the devastating wildfires that have already swallowed thousands of acres of lands, forcing millions to evacuate, we are trying to stick together.
In times like these, every move matters. Every act of kindness matters. This guy, for instance, not caring one bit about his own safety jumped into the fires to save a rabbit.
Witnesses say this man pulled over to save a wild rabbit from flames along Highway 1 in Southern California as the massive #ThomasFire spreads toward Santa Barbara County. https://t.co/gGqzZlGfqT pic.twitter.com/3MT8IvV91d
— ABC News (@ABC) December 7, 2017
He pulled over his car after seeing the bunny hopping in the fire. The little rabbit was a bit adamant about going in the brave man’s hands but with some persuasive hand signals, he finally gave in. The guy took it to safety.
It’s no shock that this act of kindness has garnered outpouring response from the social media.
People are loving every moment of this.
"He's saving an animal." https://t.co/ZN60ZVC4AK
— Keith Baldrey (@keithbaldrey) December 7, 2017
Sometime, people give you hope beyond your wildest dreams. https://t.co/aduDtOTwyH
— Christopher Titus (@TitusNation) December 7, 2017
Dear Stranger: EVERY woman I know, and several men, will now want to date you. Compassion for animals is very attractive! 😍
— Susen Rotto (@SusenRotto) December 7, 2017
He is truly an inspiration in these difficult times.
From 0 to crying in .2 seconds https://t.co/PmfvS1a8S2
— Gaiapatra™ (@Gaiapatra) December 7, 2017
Omfg this is too much, same…compassion like this kills me, I wish everyone was this way
— Stephanie Michelle Ⓥ (@beautilate) December 7, 2017
Damn… and just like that my faith in humanity is restored. We're definitely broken right now but THIS? This means we're going to be okay.
Thanks, young man, for being a good person. Our world needs a lot more people like you.
I'm sure his mother is none too happy with him tho
— myordinarylife.org (@debsordlife) December 7, 2017
Not too, late I guess.
Is it too late to change "Time Person of the Year"??
— Chris Conte (@ChrisConte79) December 7, 2017
— ❤️bunnymother❤️ (@bunnymother) December 7, 2017
The fire is spreading like anything. We are sending our prayers to the people out there. Maye you all come out it safely.