Meet Hamdü the Younger. A charming 11-year-old Turkish girl named Sena Bilgin hails from a small village in the country’s southeast.
She and her family rely on goat milk as their sole source of income. Her role is that of “goatherd,” guarding and supervising the goats in their daily activities.
Tomi, her dog, is constantly by her side to lend a helping hand, even when it’s the dead of winter.
As Hamdü Sena and her beloved dog were caring for their goats on a snowy mountainside far away from their home, one of her goats went into labor. It was a terrifying experience for both of them.
Despite his best efforts, the young goatherd was concerned that the goat and her soon-to-be-arrived offspring would not be able to make it back to their home on their own.
In an interview with The Dodo, Hamdü Sena said, “After the goat gave birth, I guided the rest of the herd back to their refuge.” “At that point, I walked back to the goat and her baby with Tomi, grabbing two bags from the home.”
On this particular day, though, the bags would be carrying something far more precious than textbooks and school supplies.
In one of Hamdü Sena’s backpacks, the mother goat was placed, while the child was placed in the other, and Tomi transported them to safety.
The owner, Hamdü Sena, described him as “an excellent dog.” “You’re quite clever,” says the professor.
Working together, they successfully navigated the hazardous, snow-covered terrain and delivered the new family to their safe haven on time.
“The snow was so heavy that I was completely weary,” Hamdü explained. “However, it was well worth it.”
Just a few miles from the finish line, she was joined by her brother, who was filming the rescue from his perspective with a camera.
As a result of their commitment to the animals they care for, Hamdü Sena and Tomi were successful in keeping the mother goat and her little child safe.
The brave 11-year-old may have believed that it was her responsibility to defend the herd, but her story has gone global, and she has gotten an outpouring of support from the internet community.
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