After saving a group of homeless people from a burning shelter, one of the individuals has been given the nickname “guardian angel.” After a kitchen fire at the Atlanta animal sanctuary, Keith Walker ran the danger of losing his life in order to rescue the six dogs and ten cats who were discovered there. On December 18, the 53-year-old man, who has really been living on the streets ever since he was 13 years old, did not hesitate to hurry to the WUnderdogs refuge in order to rescue the animals.
” I was pretty anxious, I’m not going to lie. He had a terrible fear of going in there when all that smoke was around. On the other hand, God sent me there to rescue these creatures, as Keith revealed to CNN.
If you can love a dog, you can love everyone on the face of the earth. Because my dog is my closest buddy and I would not be here without him, I realized that I had a responsibility to help all of these other pets.
Gracie Hamlin, the creator of the Sanctuary, said that the fire rendered the WUnderdogs unusable. She said that Keith did not experience any fear while he was saving the animals.
Additionally, the firemen had no desire to interact with the canines in any way. According to Gracie, “they phoned Animal Control, but Keith was presently within the structure moving the cats and dogs out until everyone was safe.”
Gracie was now familiar with Keith, the guy who she refers to as her “guardian angel.” This is due to the fact that she makes it possible for him to have his own pit bull named Bravo at the shelter every evening.