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This boy saves a drowning dog’s life where he scattered grandmother’s ashes

It’s rare if you get a chance to save someone’s life. And the satisfaction you receive is beyond words. 

Raden Soemawinata who is only 20 years old was in Brighton to scatter his grandmother’s ashes into the bay in Melbourne. 

And it was fate he could save a life while saying goodbye to one of his favourite people on earth. 

Bibi, Matlese-shitzu and his owner, Sue Drummond were having a walk on this day. Unfortunately, Bibi was blown away from the strong wind and fell into the water. And this made Drummond panic and scared thinking that he’s going to lose Bibi.

Within a blink, Raden was in water swimming to Bibi. As he saved the fur pet’s life, Drummond gave Raden a big hug. It was so shocking for her.

Drummond says that she was shocked and helpless. She had a doubt whether she could manage to swim to the shore with Bibi.

It was Raden’s quick thinking that saved Bibi and both the owner and the pet are grateful for Raden’s heroic action.

It was Raden’s quick thinking that saved Bibi and both the owner and the pet are grateful for Raden’s heroic action.

See the pictures of the dramatic rescue in the video below:

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