PUPPY RESCUE: Volunteer crews are actively working to rescue a 7-week-old deaf puppy named Toffee in south Huntsville.
At a little passed midnight on Saturday, with the help of some sardines and a snare, volunteers lifted Toffee, a seven-week-old deaf puppy that briefly caught the nation's attention, out of a deep hole in northern Alabama, ending a saga that began more than 30 hours earlier, local media reported. Authorities have been on the scene since about 5 p.m. Thursday trying to get her out of the hole.
"Y'all this is a miracle", Laura Collins West, the puppy's foster mother, told reporters. The effort continued Friday.
According to an initial report from WHNT, the dog fell into a hole in its foster owner's backyard on Thursday evening. Please pray and let me know if you have any ideas. "I'm just so thankful to every person that came, that brought food, that brought generators and lights and, I mean, it's been an wonderful outpouring of kindness and sweetness", She continued.
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A camera has been placed on the end of a plumbing pipe to watch her and she has been seen resting under a rock out of reach of the items that have been sent down to her.
Huntsville television stations live-streamed the recovery op and the feed drew thousands of followers. Also, her eyes are not open all the way due to her young age.
Toffee is an Australian shepherd mix. She and her siblings were rescued in Blount Co., Ala., and brought to the foster family through the rescue group A New Leash on Life.