Four innocent stray puppies were happily playing on the streets when one of them accidentally slipped into a puddle of sticky tar. She probably sniffed some food in a nearby dump so she walked toward it, but then, she fell into the sticky goo and got stuck. Desperate for help, she cried and her sisters heard her. They went to check what the matter was and just like what happened to her, they all got stuck in tar.
The puppies cried for help until they all felt exhausted. Thankfully, concerned neighbors heard them. When they saw the little ones, they knew they had to call for help, so they contacted Animal Aid Unlimited, and rescuers hurriedly responded.
Once onsite, the rescuers immediately started searching for the puppies. They found the first puppy by the roadside, almost completely covered in tar. Another puppy lay in the nearby rubble, also covered in the solid goo.
The rescuers gently picked up the sisters and took them straight to their sanctuary. They couldn’t find the remaining two puppies so they decided to take care of the ones they already rescued. They began their tedious work by softening the tar using oil.
The volunteers worked together to free the puppies. While they try to dissolve the grout, they made sure to give them water now and then. They also comforted them, because they knew how terrified they were.
Later that night, the rescuers found the remaining two puppies. They also searched for their mama dog but she was nowhere to be found. They continued to look for her while the rest of them went back to the sanctuary to clean the puppies they had just rescued.
For the next three days, workers repeated the procedure of oil and bath treatments. Gradually, all their hard works paid off because the puppies finally began to look clean and feel free. And soon enough, they managed to free the siblings from the solid tar that nabbed them.
The puppies that once looked defeated and sad transformed into happy little darlings the moment they were freed. They were grateful that rescuers came and helped. And they were even more thankful that they found their mama dog and reunited her with them.
Credits to Animal Aid Unlimited