Small and Mighty

| July 15, 2020 | 19 Comments

He’s six years old, stood between an angry dog and his kid sister, and got his face chewed for it.

He likes geology and rocks, and is very protective of his kid sister.

https://au.news.yahoo.com/disturbing-photo-heroic-boy-saved-sister-dog-attack-051333690.html

From the article:  When a six-year-old boy saw his little sister being attacked by a dog he didn’t hesitate to jump in and protect her.

Bridger from from Cheyenne, Wyoming in the US has been dubbed a hero after he selflessly stepped in to stop a dog charging toward his sister.

“On July 9, my 6-year-old nephew Bridger saved his little sister’s life by standing between her and a charging dog.

“After getting bit several times on the face and head, he grabbed his sister’s hand and ran with her to keep her safe,” Bridger’s aunty, Nikki Walker, wrote on Instagram. – article

90 stitches later and he’s still going strong.  The mold that made him was broken on his arrival.

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  1. Fyrfighter says:

    DAMN it got dusty in here all of a sudden!

    BZ little one, you have a heart far bigger than your body, and a bright future ahead of you!

  2. Green Thumb says:

    Hardcore.

  3. Slow Joe says:

    Anyone can be brave when defending what they love.

    True bravery is defending what is right, even when you don’t especially like it.

    Actually, if I remember correctly, there are like three levels of bravery or something.

    1) Defending oneself is the easiest. Every one would do that one.

    2) Defending what you love is easy, but harder than defending oneself. Depends on what kind of people you are.

    3) Defending what it is right, even though you might not like it, is the hardest.

    And of course there are degrees in between, measuring how much or what it could cost you to defend. I think it is call the risk factor.

    Anyway, it has been years since I read the Gates of Fire.

    • 11B-Mailclerk says:

      Not everyone -is- brave when the moment comes.

      -six- years old and he did right, facing what for a six year old was snarling monster.

      He took a chewing meant for his sister, then got her clear. He didnt go get help. He was help.

      Someone enlist him Infantry in about 11 more years.

  4. Friend says:

    I unloaded my .38 in rottweiler after it attacked my kids. Son (7) shoved her (5) under a car after it ripped off her Levi’s.
    Owner was a asshole and had she been horribly bit, I’d still be confined at Chowchilla womens prison…

  5. 5th/77th FA says:

    BZ Warrior Bridger…The epitome of that whole good things come in small packages deal. Nothing small about his ‘nads. I know how you feel. I gots a Baby Sister too.

  6. Dustoff says:

    Ranger School Honor Grad 2033.

  7. Only Army Mom says:

    If your breath doesn’t catch over the reason the little hero says he did it, you don’t deserve the oxygen you sucked in.

  8. DocV says:

    Can a six year old have large brass ones? I’ve known grown men who wouldn’t have done what he did. BZ little one!

  9. SFC D says:

    In a few years, the young ladies will be asking about how he got that scar. And when he tells them the story…

  10. David says:

    I am no fan of Chris Evans, but I saw a headline that he was promising to get this young man a Captain America shield. Cool move.

  11. Gina says:

    Just when you think all hope for the future is lost, along comes a 6 year old MAN to show all those pussified, pathetic wokesters how it’s done.

    God bless you little man, he has great plans for you.

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