Rescue dogs

Mumbai: Activists rescue dogs stuck on 12th floor of building under construction on Mira Road | Bombay News

MUMBAI: The volunteers and activists of men for animals (PFA) animal rights group recently received a distress call that approximately four local dogs had climbed to the 12th floor of a building under construction in Mira Road, and were now unable to find their way back to the ground. The building has no security side walls on the 12th floor, so activists had to precariously guide the dogs to safety. One of the animals was badly trapped between steel rods and slabs protruding from a beam.
Eventually, all the dogs were rescued in this risky operation.
“We had recently received a call from our team member and animal lover, Imran Khan, who informed us that the dogs were continually howling from the top of this incomplete building, as they could not find their way down. Finally , with the help of his friend, Sachin, and two other boys Omkar and Anubhav, the dogs could be successfully rescued,” said activist Vijay Rangare from PFA Mumbai.
Removing the dog trapped between the slabs of the tower’s 12th floor was the most difficult of this rescue work, Rangare added.
“We are happy that the dogs in the area were able to be rescued safely from the top of the building. The dogs also seemed relieved as they had not eaten for a few days while on top of this mishap,” said said activist Imran. Khan.