We all have fears, everyone has different kind of fears, fear of failing, loosing or something else. Fear is something that we have all already felt. At these moments, we definitely wanted to have someone next to us who we can trust.
Just three weeks ago, a little girl Adalynn Leary experienced something similar, when her hometown in Alaska was hit by an earthquake with magnitude 7.0.
After the catastrophe, the girl did not dare to sleep alone, because she was very scared. That’s why her parents allowed her to take their Pitbull Fury into bed. The night passed quickly, and then the parents examined the video from the surveillance camera, which was located just above her crib.
In the film captured by Kyle using a camera in Ady’s room, it can be seen that the little girl was really into keeping Fury comfortable that she even covered him with a blanket. She was tucking the dog in and in the process, she seemed to also calm herself to sleep.
When Kyle posted this video on his Facebook account, it was obvious that not everyone was pleased with the idea of a toddler sleeping next to a 100 lb dog. Some even pointed out that the scene was cute but it was not what they would do for their own children.
Despite the mixed comments from netizens on his footage, Kyle was still unyielding on his stand that Fury “isn’t just any animal” and that he knows the dog will never cause hurt or pain to Ady. In fact, he believes that Fury will be Ady’s service dog and that the pitbull will protect the girl in any way she needs.
As for young Ady’s love for Fury, it is quite apparent from the footage just how much her dog Fury means to her. Especially when she tucks him into bed to make him feel safe and secure.
This baby’s love and trust for her dog is something that you should definitely see for yourself. To date, more than 40 million people have seen the video in the last three weeks!