Dog Saved From Drowning Can’t Help But Cuddle The Cops Who Rescued Him

Stray dogs also have a heart. Stray dogs are considered autonomous and independent animals. It's pure instinct, because they need no other choice. It is documented that a pet dog lives for much longer than a stray dog because it eats better and is treated for diseases.

Worse when a dog isn't born stray but is abandoned. Without the resources and preparation needed for survival, his fate is virtually sealed. Today’s episode is that, but also about how fate can change. In early July 2020, in Almeria, Spain, a dog was miraculously rescued by agents of the Guardia Civil. The owner of a farm in the area noticed that an animal had ended up in an Irrigation tank and will not get out. The person called the local police to intervene.

It was a dog, almost certainly abandoned. It may have slipped into the small basin a few hours ago and will not come back again. If the officers hadn’t arrived in time, he would have drowned. The animal was during a desperate state, now at the top of its strength after trying all night to urge out of the water. The edge of the tank was extremely slippery, so slippery that it caused problems even for the officers. Eventually, a wooden pallet was used as a raft and stretcher. The primary attempt failed because the rope to which the shovel was attached broke. A policeman then had to tug the structure and then the dog together with his bare hands.

The agents finally managed to persuade him to a safe place. Although exhausted, hungry, the animal didn't spare any effort to thank its rescuers. On the Guardia Civil website, officials published the episode with the comment “to protect and serve, without distinction of species.”

Thanks to the diligence of the local police, all ended well for this poor dog, now safe and sound!
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