If you’re a dog lover and happen to be at work, throw a cardigan (I know your ass has one if you work in an office since many of those places are an A/C tundra) over your lap before reading this story. Because this story may make your chonies rip themselves off your body before throwing themselves at the dog-saving hero on the screen. What am I saying? Dlisted readers don’t wear panties!
KUSI News says that when Jose Guzman’s house caught on fire in Pala, CA, which is about an hour from San Diego, he immediately thought of his special loved one and wanted to run in to save them. No, his special loved one was not a dildo or a bag of weed. Jose Guzman is not me! Jose’s wife and three daughters were all safe, but his dog Gabbana (no comment on that name) was still inside. In a cell phone video that has since gone viral, Jose starts to run into the house of flames to rescue Gabbana before stopping after realizing that he’s in danger of torching his own nuts by running into a burning house. The firefighters seem to say, “No way, Jose,” (someone had to make that truly original joke), but Jose waves away their warning and runs into the burning house to save Gabbana. The only way to watch this video is to watch it while singing “Ain’t no hooooouse hot enough….” to the tune of “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.”
Jose tells KUSI that he suffered some burns to his face and arms, and Gabbana’s nose and paws got singed. The Guzman family pretty much lost everything including tools that Jose uses for work. He works in construction and is also a landscaper. There’s a GoFundMe for them here. Even though Jose’s possessions are gone, he’s grateful that his family is okay.
When asked what does the dog mean to him, he told us with his voice choking up with emotion, “She’s been with us forever. She’s part of the family. We love her.”
I’m going to need to swallow a whole thing of Tums, because I just felt something warm in my chest area while reading that. It must be heartburn. I’d probably do the same thing as Jose since my dog is the only living thing who puts up with me. And my dog would run into a burning house to get me too, but only to ask me where the bacon is so he can get to it before it burns to a crisp. He cares about what really matters.