When animals get stuck in tricky places, it becomes a difficult task for rescuers to save them.
Like one 8-month-old goat that got stuck in an irrigation pipe.
It was the neighbor of the goat’s owner that heard an animal crying from underground.
Soon they called the Arizona Humane Society and the rescuers came for help. It turned out to be a hard task to find the baby goat because of the size of the pipe. The team decided to return the next day when they would be well-equipped.
The next day rescuers continued searching the animal but with no hope. It was almost impossible to guess where the goat could be stuck exactly.
When they realized that the plan didn’t work the team just started digging in a random place where they thought the goat might be stuck.
After 6 hours of effort and very hard work, they spotted the goat’s head. They got motivated and continued digging him out. Eventually, they succeeded and the goat was set free!
The little baby was running of joy and joined his family.
Only after the heroic rescue it started raining. The rescuers explained that the goat would drown down if they couldn’t save him at that exact time.
Gladly, the story had a good end thanks to these selfless and dedicated people!