Posted 2 months ago
(Image: Matthew Newby/SWNS)
By Amy Reast
This tiny puppy had to be rescued by firefighters after getting falling down a drain and getting stuck.
The Ballyvolane crew from the Cork City Fire Brigade were called to rescue the puppy from a drain in North Cork, Ireland, on Monday morning.
The hard-working crew disassembled the drain and pulled the pup to safety in an hour-long rescue mission. They didn’t use power tools to ensure the dog wasn’t harmed.
Despite looking a little disheveled following his ordeal, he was uninjured and was returned to his worried owners.
In a Facebook post, a spokesperson for the fire brigade said: "It was a woof morning for this pup who got himself into a spot of bother. After some time and hard work the puppy was happy to be freed to safety."
Cork City Fire Brigade came to the rescue (Image: Matthew Newby/SWNS)