A brave tiny doggie shows the world that you don’t have to be too big, to be a hero, after staring down a massive mountain lion that invaded the back porch. The courageous dog wants his family to know they can always count on him, even in the most desperate times. He won’t hesitate to shield his loved ones against any danger. The dog’s bravery was caught on video by his frightened mom!
Sarah Bole who just got home from work, couldn’t believe what she was seeing when stepped inside her house and spotted Dash – her tiny dog – starring down a mountain lion. Fortunately, the two were separated by the back door’s glass, but that didn’t stoped the woman from being scared. While her fearless dog was standing still and watched every move of the wild cat, Sarah was asking him to “get back” with a trembling voice, but Dash ignores her.
“There is a big, big mountain lion on our patio,” Sarah Bole can be heard in the video. “He wants to eat my dog…I’m not going to lie, this is really scary.”
Despite living in a woody area between Grand Lake and Granby, in Colorado – a place pretty famous for its wildlife – Sarah has never seen a mountain lion before. “We’ve always known that there are mountain lions up here in this neighborhood, but you do all the things you’re supposed to do,” Sara told Sky-Hi News. “But I just never expected to see one 5-feet away looking in my dining room.”
After inspecting the tiny dog through the window, the wild cat even tried to reach out to him as she puts its enormous paw on the glass and taps it. But the brave dog remains still wagging his tail. After a couple of minutes, the massive animal gets bored and looses way back in the wood.
“I thought it was very unusual that my little dog was sitting at the door like that and he didn’t come greet me or anything and then I looked up and the mountain lion was frozen on the patio in med-step,” Sarah explained. “That’s where the video starts. I knew the cat couldn’t come in in my rational brain, but…I’m 5-feet away and it’s tapping on the glass.
Watch the heart-thumping moment here: