Meet Diamond, the splendid doggie from Iceland who has as of late transformed into a legend resulting to saving a careless feathered animal. The Jack Russell’s dad Gunnar Kr Sigurjónsson was made up for lost time with working at a home office when the puppy walked around and started crying, as if requiring the man to take after. “When I didn’t tail, he returned and yowled some more,” Gunnar uncovered to The Dodo. “So finally I gave in and followed him.”
Gem ran straight to the exhibition where Sigurjónsson saw somewhat winged animal without any signs of life. “I immediately thought the flying animal was dead, so I called Diamond inside,” said Gunnar. “By then I thought I saw the winged creature glint an eye.”
The little individual started to move his wings. Sigurjónsson quickly brought him inside the house. “I gave him some water and some birdseed I had. Taking after a hour or close, I would set him free, however expected to take a couple pictures first… Then he flew a noteworthy drift in my family room and landed back … suitable on top of Diamond’s head!”
Once the man took the flying animal yet again into his hands, “Gem came nose to bill to the winged animal and after that he started licking him.” Sigurjónsson named the birdie Bíbí and, over the long haul, set him free.