Rescue the little dog that almost lost his life because..! and the miracle happened to him
6 Yrs In Crate Couldn’t Prepare Dog For Goody In Woman’s Hand
A dog named Angelica spent 6 years living inside a crate. She never experienced what life was like outside in a yard or cuddling up with her favorite human. She had no contact with the dogs around her that were also caged. It was truly heart-wrenching.
Finally, a rescue group, Knine Rescue Inc, was called to the scene. They were in awe (and disgust) when they saw how Angelica and her doggy friends had been living. They took the dogs and did all they could to get them as healthy as possible so they could find loving forever homes.
One of the rescuers decided Angelica had earned a special outing. She had never been in a car before nor had anything planned for just her. The rescuer approaches a place filled with delicious smells… and Angelica perks right up! What follows is amazing!
Angelica’s story just keeps getting better! The video is the best thing you’ll see all day. We are so grateful for Knine Resuce Inc and all the wonderful people out there who continue to battle animal neglect. Now, Angelica, go live your best life! You deserve it!
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Firefighters Rescue a Dog Trapped Down a 15-Foot Underground Burrow Overnight
Using equipment that is normally found at disaster sites after building collapses or earthquakes, firefighters worked for hours to free a trapped Jack Russell pet.
The 11-year-old Freddy was chasing a rabbit on Monday when he got trapped down a narrow hole in Blackroot Pool, West Midlands.
His owner Richard Hill said he could hear Freddy’s whimpers underground but was unable to reach him.
The 55-year-old reluctantly gave up searching for him when it got dark.
“I really thought I had seen Freddy for the very last time,” said Hill.
He returned on Tuesday morning and called 999 after he could hear Freddy’s cries for help.
He had been trapped for 24 hours by that time.
The West Midland Fire and Rescue Service found them after Hill used an app to help firefighters find his exact location: What3Word has divided the world into 3m squares and given each square a unique combination of three words—and if you have the app, it is as accurate as GPS coordinates.
Crews used camera and listening gear on their mission to find the distressed pup, and eventually dug a 6-ft by 9-ft crater.
Thankfully, after two hours digging, firefighters freed the exhausted Freddy, who “ran out of the hole as they got closer to him.”
“I have to say a huge thank-you to the firefighters, they were just unbelievable,” says Hill.
“It was just incredible when he ran out of the hole after the rescue, it was just like nothing had happened.”
Freddy is still sporting an orange tint after being covered with the clay soil.
According to the relieved owner, the 4-legged adventurer will “definitely be staying on the lead the next time we go out for a walk.”
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