Firefighters found three puppies in a Northwest Miami-Dade cemetery after receiving an emergency call from some residents who heard faint noises.
When they arrived at the 1125 NW 137 Street, the responders noticed that the noise came from beneath a concrete box. Therefore, they quickly started digging in search for any living thing which might have been trapped under the heavy rocks.
After removing a massive concrete slab, the fire crew found a puppy trapped in a small hole.
According to spokeswomen Erika Benitez, even if the animal was frightened, he understood that the firefighters were there to save him. However, the firefighters were even more surprised when they kept hearing other strange sounds from the same direction.
Benitez said that the team quickly responded to the “triple trouble” and started digging a trench, whereas to their surprise, they discovered other two puppies. The firefighters haven’t found out yet how the animals became trapped in there, but they most likely fell in a small hole when the concrete slab crumbled under their feet.
Although the puppies were saved Thursday, they are already ready for adoption. The responders announced that the three animals seemed healthy and just a little scared. Later, the dogs went under a thorough medical analysis after which the veterinarians concluded that the three lucky dogs are perfectly healthy.
The animals were sent to the Redland Rockpit Abandoned Dogs Project. The officials are doing their best to reunite the puppies with their mother, but the female hasn’t been found yet. Even if she is found, the three dogs will still be sent for adoption.
They are currently at the shelter, where they are fed and monitored by veterinarians. Those who want to adopt one of the three animals can contact Katy Jordan, a Project Representative, at 305-877-2594.
Also, residents who have more space in their courtyards might want to adopt the three little brothers. This would be the ideal situation because the dogs wouldn’t be separated from each other.
Furthermore, if the mother is found, she will take care of the puppies at least until one of them is adopted. It is worth mentioning that the public praised the firefighters for their efforts to save the animals.
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