FedEx Driver Caught on Camera Returning Lost Golden Retriever

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I’ve said this once and I’ll say it again, God bless delivery workers. It’s no secret that their package delivery schedule can be hard, and sometimes they are put in different situations that they can’t control. But they still do it with a smile on their face, because at the end of the day, that’s their job. And we’re thankful for them because they always deliver our stuff in one piece.

In this case, it wasn’t a package, rather a dog. Yes, this FedEx driver probably had a lot of deliveries to do that day but still took time out of his busy schedule to return a lost pup who was wandering around the busy road.

FedEx Driver Finds and Returns Lost Golden Retriever

Three rounds of applause for to this hero. Honestly, who does this, most people would just leave the lost dog and figure he’d go home by himself. According to People, Lisa Menzies from Castle Pines Colorado had been out of town when her 3-year-old golden retriever, at the time, decided to just step out of the house. Catcher, the adorable pup, was able to sneak outside when the breeze blew open their front door. According to Menzies, the family had a contractor at home, but the pup was able to escape after the contractor went to lunch. Yes, the little rascal tried to pull a fast one.

The whole incident was caught by the family’s Ring doorbell camera footage, where it shows the curious dog just wandering down toward the front lawn. Luckily for the family, the FedEx worker, the family’s hero, came to the rescue and found Catcher before he could go any further.

Yes, just look at this man carrying this sweet pup as if it was his own baby. It’s really cute, talk about a special delivery coming from the kindness of a stranger. Especially since he didn’t have to do this, this is one good human. Certainly a hero.

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