An 8-year-old boy from the US has been gifted a rare collection of Pokemon cards because of his kind act that moved netizens and company officials.
Bryson Kliemann, a die-hard Pokémon fan, had a huge collection of Pokémon cards. But he decided to sell his prized possession to save his pet dog, Bruce.
According to a local news channel, Bryson’s dog was suffering from a contagious virus and needed immediate treatment.
As the family couldn’t afford to pay $700 for the treatment, Bryson decided to sell his Pokemon cards by setting up a stand outside his home. He also erected a sign on a piece of wood panelling, hoping people in his neighbourhood would notice it.
“While I’m in school I get a text message with a picture of him and a sign on the side of the road selling Pokémon cards,” said his mother, Kimberly.
Moved by his efforts, the mother started da GoFundMe page and highlighted the problems the family was facing.
“My babies puppy is very sick. He has been diagnosed with parvo. I know I have been raising him right. With a heart of gold because he’s so worried about our bruce he is beside the road trying to sell his favorite thing in the world just to make his puppy better,” the mother wrote on the GoFundMe page.
Source: Times now news, Not edited by DogExpress staff