Colorado firefighters had no idea what would turn out to save ordinary puppies from the sewer last Thursday… but then they did not notice anything unusual. Employees of Springs Fire Department filmed and uploaded to the network the process of saving tiny puppies, which were accidentally discovered in the sewer.
Lonely cubs died alone, without a mother, so helping people was just the way… animal rescue Operations can be extremely difficult and stressful. Sometimes animals get stuck in hard-to-reach places. Often this place is a tree or a thorny Bush. The most difficult situations occur when young people, somehow left without maternal attention, fall into “traps”, where an ordinary person can not reach to help them.
In such situations, you need the help of professionals whose actions are competent and honed. Perhaps that is why firefighters are doing a good job not only with extinguishing fires, but with the rescuing animals from disaster…
Last week, the fire chief Brian Vaughan received a Wake-up call for urgent assistance. In the sewer manhole was discovered eight tiny puppies black. Caring person who applied to the fire service, believed that the black Labrador puppies were abandoned by its owner.
20 minutes after the arrival of the fire brigade, all of the puppies safely pulled out of the sewers. Unharmed, they were then taken to the animal rescue Organization at pike Peak.