A kind-hearted man who rescued a lost Labrador cowering under a car has received an overwhelming number of grateful messages.
On his way to Villiers High School, Manjinder Bains was driving along Coronation Road when he saw the scared Lab trembling and avoiding passing cars.
Bains spent time on the sidewalk with the frightened Labrador Retriever and asked dog walkers at a nearby park if they could help. He took the Labrador home and later took the dog to a vet, where they were able to trace his owner.
Bains’ good deeds were published on getwestlondon.com. Since the story, he has received a string of phone calls from people who were moved by his actions.
“Since the story appeared in the paper and getwestlondon I have been inundated with telephone calls and cards at my work place from Uxbridge and Ealing residents. One called me at work and offered to bake me a cake,” Bains said. “I am overwhelmed by the kindness and well wishes residents have been showering me with and I want to thank them all, especially those who didn’t leave a forwarding address.”
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