A frightened puppy was released from an underground water pipe after being trapped inside for more than six hours.
During the rescue, a terrible photo of the poor pug trapped inside the tight tue was snapped.
The one-month-old puppy has been named Donatello as Monica Kawahisa Yoshioka, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' owner, depended on him.
The pitiful pug is captured in a heartbreaking picture taken during the rescue trapped inside the small tube.
During the escape, a heartbreaking photograph of a sad pug trapped in a small area was captured.
Donatello was killed in a two-hour operation by Sao Paulo Municipal Civil Guards after being hit by a funnel in a building in Guara, in southeast Brazil.
The puppy, one of six, was being fixed by workers last weekend when it slipped into a pipeline opening. The 35-year-old Monica attempted her best for four hours to rouse the terrified Donatello. It became difficult, though, because the animal had disappeared and no one knew where it might be trapped along the conduit. The puppy's shrieking stopped after several fruitless efforts, which alarmed the worried owner. In a desperate attempt, she called the prison guards from the local jail. "Because it was so cold, the puppy was whining a lot,"
At first, I thought I could get him out by inserting my hand into the tube and pulling, but we couldn't get him to comply.
In a two-hour operation, the Sao Paulo Municipal Civil Guards put an end to Donatello's life after he was hit by a funnel on a property in Guara, in southeast Brazil.
The puppy, one of six, was hurt last weekend when it slid into a pipeline hole being patched by workers.
Donatello was killed by Sao Paulo City Civil Guards after being rendered unconscious by a funnel in a structure in Guara, in southeast Brazil, in a two-hour operation.
Police officers broke the pipe, which separated, and the pug licked the pieces.
Even the precise position of him inside was uncertain.
I asked some companions to assist me in lifting the object, but we were unsuccessful. I assumed he was going to pass away and was about to start crying when he stopped making sounds.
Over the course of a two-hour exercise, the police team dug two holes—one in the yard and one in the hallway.
The canine was not found despite agents searching the floor with broken tiles.
They determined that I tried to raise the object with the help of a few friends, but we were unsuccessful. I was so terrified that he was going to die when he ceased making any sounds that I was on the verge of tears. The police squad dug two holes—one in the hallway and another in the garden—during the course of a two-hour operation.
The canine was not found despite agents searching the floor by breaking tiles. They decided to take photos inside the pipe, hoping to locate the creature and make sure it was still alive.
For four hours, Monica, a 35-year-old woman, attempted her best to rouse the terrified Donatello.
Monica, a 35-year-old lady, tried her hardest to calm Donatello down throughout the four hours.
A mobile phone was put inside the cage to help find the puppy, according to civil guard Amarildo Aparecido dos Santos.
After extensive investigation, it was found that the animal had actually been washed lower and was actually in the yard.
The PVC piping was covered in earth, which the police removed by hacking a hole near to the puppy.
A garden hose was inserted down the conduit in the hole cut in the hallway and used to push the animal from behind.
Owner of the canine was able to drag the stranded puppy to safety.
According to Monica, "I went out in the morning as usual to feed the puppies and their mother, and I noticed one of the puppies was muttering."
I screamed for him when I heard a noise emanating from below. Unexpectedly, I realized what had happened.
Because the cap covering a leak in the pipe had been moved while it was being repaired, the puppy had slipped into the hole.
In a two-hour operation, the team of officers dug two holes: one in the corridor and one in the garden.
The police excavated two holes over the course of a two-hour operation: one in the yard and one in the hallway.
The bewildered beast was eventually freed, unharmed but extremely filthy. After a thorough cleaning, he is shown here.
Eventually, the confused creature was set loose, unharmed but in very bad condition. At the time of this photograph, he had just undergone a comprehensive cleaning.
Monica can be seen reaching inside a broken pipe in the garden in a rescue film while stooping over it.
She taps briefly on the side of the truck in an effort to entice the dog outside.
In addition, a policeman is using a hose to push the canine from behind.
Eventually, the confused creature was set loose, unharmed but in very bad condition.
Monica went on to say that the results could have been catastrophic.
The city guards, however, were "absolutely amazing," and they were committed to saving the captive animal.
Already back at home, the rambunctious dog is behaving normally.