Katelyn Mannion, Kim Reid, and Fiona Mc Clintock are a team of rescuers who fearlessly braved the stormy weather when they received reports about two German shepherd sisters in need of help. These three ladies are no strangers to animal rescue, and they were determined to find the dogs no matter what it took. They searched through woodlands and fields for three days with no luck, but they didn’t give up hope. On the third day, they finally found the sisters hiding in a farmer’s hut. The relief and happiness they felt at the sight of the dogs were immeasurable. The rescue mission was a success, and the hounds were finally safe and sound.
Mannion expressed that the experience was an overwhelming feeling of happiness and excitement. Although they were worried about the safety of the dogs, they were grateful to have them in a secure environment. The rescuers named the two dogs Thora and Levina and started rehabilitating them immediately. Little China Dog Rescue provided a rescue facility while Lost Paws NI offered to pay for veterinary treatment. Mannion and the crew were delighted by the generosity of both groups who stepped forward to help. Mannion felt that the assistance provided by these groups lifted a significant burden from their shoulders, allowing them to spend time with the dogs and enjoy the moment. It was nearly a euphoric experience!
The canines started perceiving humans differently after their rehabilitation. Mannion shared that once they were caught and treated, the dogs’ personalities shone through. They transitioned from avoiding people to seeking more affectionate gestures like hugs.
The canines have been assigned to temporary homes where they will stay until a permanent home is found. The team responsible for rescuing the dogs is uncertain about their origin; nonetheless, they are content that the story culminated well. Mannion expressed her satisfaction, saying, “We could not have asked for more than this. They are delighted and aware of the immense love they receive.” Please spread the news to your loved ones.