A few months ago, ulises (the grandson of the inventor, Dr. Nores Martines) decided to travel to La Cocha to conduct some tasks. His goal was to travel and return the same day, so she grabbed his 10-year-old daughter, ‘Sofa.’ ‘Travel’ went smoothly.
Once at the estancia, uises began performing some labor with ‘Tomás’, the foreman. ‘Sofa’ and ‘Yoli,’ ‘Tomás’s’ daughter, asked permission to walk to a huge fig tree 700 yards distant from the main home to harvest and eat some figs.
Yoli went to the tallest branch she could, knowing that the tastiest figs are normally at the top of the tree. There was just one issue. She wasn’t the only one who had climbed that tree.
Yoli started hearing sounds up on the tree when she was around 7 feet above the ground, such as branches twisting and leaves moving.
She had no clue a puma, sometimes known as a mountain lion or cougar, was hidden in the same tree.
She glanced up and saw a BIG puma leaping down the top branches. “The beast smacked the youngster with a paw, and Yoli went all the way down, falling flat on her back from a height of two meters.”
Morocho, one of Ulises’ top dogo, had been following them playfully with his tail wagging, as he virtually always does when they treat across the estancia.
When Yoli’s father heard the girls crying, he hurried as fast as he could, and when Morocho came face to face with a puma, the Dogo Argentino resolved to sacrifice his life to rescue two tiny girls.
“I was assuming it was a snake,” Tomas Bracamonte stated. “I came sprinting. I rushed to them as fast as I could.”
“When he came he discovered Morocho. The dog had been seriously hurt but was still alive. Puma ran from us.”
Those two tiny girls are alive today due of Morocho. Morocho’s gallant effort surprised millions of people throughout the globe.
God bless him, our fur Angels looking over us all!! God bless him!!