All in a Day’s Work – Michelin’s Story

August 29, 2012 at 7:07 pm 4 comments

The paramedics had saved the life of an elderly heart attack victim were  headed back home when they heard a not-so-human cry coming from the dumpster at the back of the ambulance.  As each of them realized their day was not yet done, they gave in to the heart-tugs that told them what they had to do next.

They made a human rope, one enlongating the next, until they found the squeaky, greasy, messy little baby inside a discarded tire.  They gently pulled her out, then began tossing dollars and quarters into one of their hard hats until they had enough to pretty much cover what she needed to save her life and bring her back to heath.  What a beautiful baby, what lovely people and ACT feels so fortunate for being a part of this heartwarming happy ending.

Mish-Mash (so nicknamed) says thank you from her new home with the paramedics, where the burley big men show affection to the smallest life they’ve ever saved.


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  • 1. Wendy Twigg  |  August 29, 2012 at 7:35 pm

    What a truly wonderful rescue story. It would have been so easy for the paramedics to just drive off and ignore the little baby’s pathetic cries for help – but instead they chose to do the right thing! Then they decide to keep the little munchkin in the lap of luxury at the station! It just goes to show that big, burly men really DO have soft hearts, even though they don’t like to show it too much! THANK YOU to the wonderful paramedics for rescuing a little kitten in need.

  • 2. Regina  |  August 29, 2012 at 9:37 pm

    I am so happy you were able to save this little kitty. I have 2 beautiful cats and it would break my heart if they would be out there with no one to care for them. Thank you for being so kind.

  • 3. Claire Alicia Anne Collins  |  August 30, 2012 at 12:31 pm

    Thank God for those good-hearted paramedics. Bless you!!

  • 4. Mary K. Lodato  |  September 1, 2012 at 6:36 am

    These paramedics deserve to be recognized in some way by the City Council or County Commissioners depending on where it took place. They are exceptional in their jobs and as human beings.


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