earlier this week, siberian husky Mia goes missing from her home in America. Fortunately, three days later she was reunited with her family under the most unlikely circumstances.
On Tuesday, San Diego’s County Animal Services Department in the United States rescued Mia after she became trapped in a 10-foot-deep mechanic’s well in a private garage.
Authorities were called for help by the owner of Ramona’s private garage, and the dog was reportedly trapped in an oil-filled well, according to the San Diego County Communications Office.
When animal rescuer Upon arriving at the scene, it is found that Mia is heavy with oil. Luckily they were able to pull the dog out. They then took the dog to the veterinarian. Mia is expected to make a full recovery soon.
The Animal Services team scanned Mia’s microchip and was able to contact her family, according to the County Communications Department. Mia’s family told her rescue team that she had been missing since Saturday and had been looking for her. It is unknown how Mia ended up in her personal garage.
On Wednesday, the official San Diego County Facebook page posted about Mia’s rescue. Commenting on the post, one of her Facebook users said, “I’m so happy this story turned out so well! Kudos to everyone involved!”
Another wrote, “Thank you for the animal service you’ve done, especially for helping this sweet old gal get cleaned up and reunited with her owner.”
According to the San Diego County Department of Animal Services website, the department responds to “more than 10,500 cats, dogs, farm animals, and exotic animals that are lost, abandoned, or neglected each year.”