Jeff Kramer donated a ramp and installed it for an old dog that lives on his mail route in Boulder, Colorado.
USPS mail carrier, Jeff Kramer first met Tashi the Black Lab several years ago when he came bounding outside to say hello on the first day of Kramer’s new mail route. The pair became fast friends, and Tashi made a routine of running outside to meet Kramer every day.
Over the years, Kramer watched Tashi grow older. He started having trouble making it up and down the Dimetrosky family’s front porch steps to greet his mailman pal and, eventually, had to be carried up and down.
Watching Tashi struggle with the steps reminded Kramer of his own dog who’d passed away five years ago. He had built a ramp for his elderly dog, Odie. But since Odie passed away, the ramp has just been sitting in Kramer’s backyard. So, the dog-loving mailman brought over all of the lumber from his dog’s ramp and left it for the Dimetrosky family to use.
Unfortunately, the Dimetrosky’s “aren’t very handy,” and the lumber sat, untouched, on the side of the house for several months. That’s when, without them asking, Kramer stopped by on his day off and built the ramp for Tashi.
From Channel 9News
From DailyCamera Photo: Tashi’s family talks about Kramer’s gift