Animal Rescuers Climb 18 Feet Down A Cave To Rescue A Litter Of Puppies

HopeForPawsPublished: March 30, 2017Updated: March 31, 2017340,483 views
Published: March 30, 2017Updated: March 31, 2017

Animals depend on human kindness and it is our sacred duty to keep them safe and put them out of harm's way. Puppies, being as fragile as they are, especially depend on our help. These little puppers were stuck 18 feet into the earth, but luckily for them, people with kind hearts managed to rescue them.

The mission wasn't easy and not everyone would have bothered, but it's an amazing feeling just to know that you've helped a helpless creature. Kindness sparks kindness in others, so hopefully this will get at least one person to do something kind to continue the chain. This video is in memory of our dear friend and rescuer: Lisa M Ashe.

Eldad and his team were called to rescue a litter of young puppies that have been living in a hole in the ground with their mother. The puppies weren’t too eager to trust the humans, so removing and taking them to safety was not a simple challenge.

The litter of nine puppies, along with their mother, was rescued one by one from the dark and wet dwelling they were hiding in and each was given a name starting with the letters in Lisa’s name. The five boys and four girls are doing splendidly and are ready for their forever homes.

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    killerbean56 · 33 weeks ago

    HEROES

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    BroncoBob · 32 weeks ago

    No sound?

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    Bestmomma · 31 weeks ago

    Amazing but how,were they found & where was the mother???

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    VictorMeldrew2 · 25 weeks ago

    "Animals depend on human kindness and it is our sacred duty to keep them safe and put them out of harm's way. " So we protect migrating wildebeeste from marauding crocs - and the latter starve And we protect antelope from predatory lions - and the latter starve And we protect sparrows from predatory sparrow hawks - and the latter starve Etc etc etc Mind you we could protect the foxes from the predaTORY foxhunters - the latter would suffer nothing except affrontery to their arrogance.