Temperatures in Alaska have recently reached new highs, but humans aren’t the only ones that are sweating. Fortunately, there are people in the area who are more than willing to assist creatures in need of respite during the abnormally hot days.
Candice Helm observed a mother moose and her twin offspring walking through her Eagle River neighborhood, looking a little grumpy at being kept out in the abnormally warm late-spring weather. But, rather than turning a blind eye to the destitute family, she opted to help them out as a neighbor.
Helm told a local TV station, “They simply sauntered around the home and looked pretty attractive.” “We turned on the sprinklers, and they were delighted.”
As they frolicked and danced around the fountain on her front yard, the hot animals seemed to appreciate Helm’s thoughtful gesture.
Even mom moose, who faithfully maintained watch while her offspring had a good time, couldn’t resist a little prancing in the refreshing waters given by Helm.
Helm was rewarded for her care and compassion for the moose family with this wonderful moment, which she won’t soon forget – proving that treating animals with kindness frequently comes with its own reward.
Below is the complete video of the delighted moose: