It is a typical scene that we meet strangers on our way to our destination – may it be going to work or school. But how will you react if you stumble upon a troubled pooch when you are hurrying to go to your office?
This man just did what he believes is the best thing to do. When Kristofer Goldsmith was driving on his way to his work, a creature suddenly passed by across the street. Goldsmith decided to stop and checked the dog out.
When he came near the creature, he was surprised that it was a dog, who was clad in blue and white pajamas. The dog was somehow trembling, maybe because of the temperature. Goldsmith went near the dog and grabbed him.
Wanting to check out if the dog was just lost, Goldsmith made a makeshift leash through a parachute cord. He and the dog went for a stroll, trying to look for the dog’s house.
When he realized that what he is doing is futile, the man stopped. He also realized that the pooch is not going anywhere because the pooch is not familiar with the surrounding.
Goldsmith then decided to bring the dog inside his truck. During that time, he checked on the dog’s pajama if there are contact numbers somewhere. Thankfully there was.
He then contacted the number indicated in it and inquired if the dog belongs to them. The one he talked with over the other line was a company. Goldsmith discovered that the dog was already eight months old and was named Frosting.
To further his investigation regarding Frosting, Goldsmith posted about the dog on Twitter. The goal of his post is to gain enough traction so that there would be leads to the dog’s identity.
Days passed by, but no one has still contacted Goldsmith. He posts updates about the dog now and then, and many netizens are enjoying it.
Need help from Twitter world — I found a lost dog running down the street. In Takoma, Washington DC. No name or number on the collar. Can he be ID’d by the rabies tag? Going to hold until noon when the shelters nearby open. In the meantime, please help me find the owner! pic.twitter.com/0NYNMkBxXC
— Kristofer Goldsmith (@KrisGoldsmith85) August 7, 2019
Credits to Kristofer Goldsmith.