Puppies trapped in drain line for 10 hours rescued in Hyderabad. Watch | Trending
The video continues to show volunteers from the organization cutting a hole in the concrete and going down the drain to rescue the pups one by one.
By Srimoyee Chowdhury
PUBLISHED ON AUG 19, 2021 is 4:00 PM
Animal rescue stories can always put a smile on your face, and this Hyderabad puppy rescue story will do exactly the same. A video shared by the Animal Warriors Conservation Society on YouTube and Facebook shows the rescue operation that involved pulling the pups out of the drain pipe under the street.
The clip begins with a shot of the drain the pups fell into. The mother dog can be seen trying to get in and save her pups. The video continues to show volunteers from the organization cutting a hole in the concrete and going down the drain to rescue the pups one by one. “5 puppies fell into a drain pipe! They were trapped for more than 10 hours. Hungry and scared, they kept calling for help. Mother dog tried desperately but couldn’t get her out and kept calling her! After receiving information, we went to the site and understood that it is impossible to get to the drain through the pipe. So we rented a concrete breaker and dug a hole in the street. Puppies hid in a corner, scared! One after the other, the puppies were rescued and reunited with the mother! ”Reads the caption.
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The video, shared on August 13, received multiple views and responses. Netizens showered the comment section with praise for society and expressed how amazing the rescue was. While many couldn’t stop pointing out how carefully the rescuers handled the pup.
“Such a bold and beautiful rescue! Blessings and wishes for more such good work! ”Wrote a YouTube user. “Every rescue from the AWI is on an equal footing, but this one takes the cake. No words to thank the people who help the mother in need, ”commented another.
“Proud of you,” said a third.
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