The story of a dog called monkey and his mistress went viral after his mistake, accidentally sending the photo of the animal as an email attachment to a co -worker. A story told by Newsweek June 15.
Emma Berquist an American author from Bastrop in the state of Texas. He is also and above all the owner of monkey, Border Terrier cross. He was adopted from a hiding place The Secondin California.
The dog was by his side during the terrible ordeal he experienced on December 6, 2019. The duo was then not in the United States, but in Wellington in New Zealand. The young woman was walking monkey in a park when he was attacked by a teenager in a completely random way, stabbed him 6 times. Fortunately none of his vital organs were affected. The 16-year-old killer was identified and arrested a few days ago.
“He stays by my side to the end”
Emma Berquist so survived, but hospitalization and recovery were very difficult to survive. So is the psychological trauma left by the attack. In this difficult time, he can count on the unwavering support of monkey. This end ” very brave in what happened. He stayed by my side until the end “Says the writer.
He added that his dog ” extremely protective and loving, despite the people he chose as part of his family “.
Recently, as mentioned above, Emma Berquist photo attached to monkey in an e-mail addressed to a colleague, rather than a professional document. In the picture, we see the dog indulging in one of his favorite activities; sleep under the sun. ” I sent an email from my phone and tried to attach a confirmation screenshotaccording to the author. I accidentally chose the next photo, which is the one of Monkee I took the other day. »
The recipient “found the thing very funny”
Shocked after realizing his mistake, he was relieved by the recipient’s reaction. The man ” very understanding and even found the thing very funny “, he said frankly.
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An anecdote thatEmma Berquist shared with Twitter. The publication garnered over 7,000 retweets and nearly 250,000 likes on the social network. He said he was pleased with the reactions of Internet users.
accidentally attached this photo of my dog in a professional email pic.twitter.com/6Sq7mhcq1w
– Emma Berquist (@eeberquist) June 6, 2022
A suitable spotlight for the brave monkey and his miraculous mistress.
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