People who truly love animals would do anything to help them. They consider them as their best friends and most loyal ones.
We’ve seen people go above and beyond to help an injured pigeon, provide shelter for homeless animals, and even save pigs from a burning barn.
This story is proof of one of those cases.
Patrick Kilonzo Mwalua has made it his life’s goal to help animals in need and his actions definitely speak louder than words.
It takes place at Tsavo West National Park in Kenya, where a drought sadly forced many animals to go without water, so, Patrick thought to do something that will help them. He carried more than 3,000 gallons of water per day to the park to make sure all the giraffes, zebras, elephants and many more animals got water.
He did not want to let those animals die. A real hero!
What is more, Patrick is a farmer in his village and has seen the massive impact that climate change has had on this natural area and the animals who live there.
He told that because of the lack of the rain they were facing, he thought to give his own water to the animals.
What is fascinating is that Patrick drives for hours in the drought to fill the water tanks and bring it to the animals.
This kind-hearted man deserve to be called a hero!