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In Greece --- two terrified poodles save themselves from a wildfire by hiding in an oven

August 07, 2018 • By Shirley Marie Bradby

Wildfires this summer have brought Greece to its knees, materially and spiritually.

There have been 47 wildfires, due to arson, which, started on 23 July 2018 in the area northeast of Athens, that have devastated eastern Attica, and prompted the Greek authorities to declare a state of emergency and request the help of the European Union.

National mourning has been proclaimed in memory of the victims - currently 91 people, but unfortunately, the number is destined to rise.

Therefore, faced with so much distress, some stories with a happy ending stand out for the hope that they inspire in people's hearts, and have therefore gone viral, like the story about the rescue of two little poodles.

Pubblicato da Artemis Kyriakopoulou su Giovedì 26 luglio 2018

We are in Mati, a Greek city that has unfortunately become a symbol of the wildfires that have engulfed Greece. It is here that, in the woods, rescuers found two dogs, hidden in a barbecue pit oven. They are mixed-breed poodles, that when chased by the flames, found unexpected shelter in a picnic area. The dogs were totally covered in ashes and dust and in very pitiful condition, but at least they were in the company of each other, supposed brothers.

It took two and a half hours to get them out of the hiding place that saved their lives, and eventually, the two animals were taken to a veterinarian at an animal shelter. 

The video you see was shot by rescuers and went viral around the Internet. It was not difficult to quickly find a new home for the dogs; however, the shock of the wildfire was so great that they could not easily overcome it, so for now, they have been returned to the animal shelter where they were first taken after being rescued.

The two mixed-breed poodles - are among those hundreds of injured animals (350) - according to a veterinarian with the Vets Volunteers Action group that were saved in the Greek towns of Mati and Kineta and in the surrounding areas.

Tags: AnimalsDogsNews

Pubblicato da Artemis Kyriakopoulou su Giovedì 26 luglio 2018

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