A deaf foster puppy has fallen into a deep hole in Huntsville, Alabama, and a rescue group is desperately seeking ideas to get her out. According to Live 5 News, the seven-week-old puppy, named Toffee, is trapped 50 to 60 feet underground and rescuers have not been able to get her out.
Tried and failed rescue attempts
Fire fighters and a cave rescue squad have tried, and failed, to rescue little Toffee. The tiny pup has been in the narrow hole since 5 p.m. on Thursday. According to the news agency, A New Leash on Life, as well as the fire department personnel, are looking for a solution. Anyone with an idea is asked to email firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow along on Twitter
Follow the rescue effort, and see the possible solutions which are being offered by the public, at this link to Twitter.
Video of rescue effort
Watch a video of the rescue effort for little Toffee
Crews are trying to rescue a puppy in Huntsville.
Posted by Lauren Scharf on Friday, June 29, 2018
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