Giving a name brings about some of the most sincere moments in our lives be it to newborns, landmark areas or animals.
And just as important as a name is to anyone, entirely we give thought to things which incite happiness and sorrow, laughter and hysteria in us and vice versa when giving names.
And now with the Big Dog Ranch Rescue group, it looks the infamous Dorian hurricanes are just one thing that can never be let to slip from memory.
It appears a dog was saved from rubbles that had stood almost a month long in the savaged areas of the Bahamas Island which were resultant from the devious Dorian hurricanes.
In a video footage provided on MNS by the Big Dog Ranch Rescue the dog in seen being rested on a stretcher and appeared to have starved horrendously while covered in the rubbles.
According to the video which also featured slide show snap shots, the surviving animal is a mixed breed dog that had only one year in life when the menacing Dorian came. In the snap shot "Miracle" as it was named by its rescuers is seen lying on a seat in the car being fed from a bottle.
Miracle was “skeleton thin” as said in the footage as he only survived on rainwater for weeks from the hurricanes that pounded Bahamas on September 1 as a category 5 hurricane. He was uncovered from the rummages with the aid of a drone equipped with infra-red detection systems by the Big Dog Ranch Rescue.
At the moment miracle is being provided with medical support he needs after suffering a very bad ordeal and will be ready for adoption only after recovery if owners do not show up.