Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Dogs Left To Die In A Drain Made A Miracle Recovery.

Fortunately, there was a ray of hope in the form of rescuers from the Stray Rescue of St. Louis.

One of the rescuers jumped into the ditch to get them out. Uncertain whether these dogs were aggressive or not, he nervously got in. After cuddling and calming them a bit, he then got them out one by one with the help of his other fellow rescuers. Then they took the pooches to their shelter and took good care of them. These two cute pooches now go by the names of Thelma and Louise.

Fortunately, there was a ray of hope in the form of rescuers from the Stray Rescue of St. Louis.

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Unfortunately, another canine was found stuck in a ditch 7 feet deep.

But the matter of biggest concern is that this is not the first time the rescuers have witnessed such a case. Some time before this incident, a similar case was recorded when a pitbull was found stuck in a hole about 7 feet deep. Tyler, a teenager, was out for a walk when he casually lifted a sign board that was lying on a vacant lot. He was stunned to see a frail pitbull down there begging to be rescued.

Unfortunately, another canine was found stuck in a ditch 7 feet deep.

Mars - From Hole to Hope / Facebook

With the help of rescuers, Mars was on his way back to recovery.

After constant effort and some help, the adorable and weak dog was finally rescued. It’s still not clear for how long the poor fellow had been there, but looking at how thin and weak the dog was, it appears he was there for quite some time. Now, Mars (named in foster care) is on his way back to being his healthy self under the foster care of Terissa Kerr. Thanks to the efforts of these rescuers, these dogs now have a second chance at life.

With the help of rescuers, Mars was on his way back to recovery.

Mars - From Hole to Hope / Facebook

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