Two Puppies Were Found Almost Burnt To Death From Blazing Fire In Thailand
One of the puppies was found scalded and burned across several parts of its body.
Two puppies were recently found almost burnt to death after locals set fire to dead trees in Thailand
As rescuers cleaned and treated both dogs, they discovered that the brown puppy was scalded and burned across several parts of its body, while the white puppy escaped unharmed
Chief of Nakhon Ratchasima's Forest Fire Control Division Noppachai Klin-sungnoen said that they were relieved to have been able to rescue the puppies in time.
Unfortunately, the dogs' mother was nowhere to be seen during the incident and was believed to have died in the flames.
"It was possible that these puppies had been living around the area before a fire," the officer said, adding that they were probably unable to escape the forest because the "road was too high for them."
Following the incident, the white puppy has since been adopted while the brown one is recovering from its injuries at a vet.
Fire chief Noppachai revealed that it took the team five hours to put out the fire, which destroyed 20 acres of land
He explained that locals had set the area on fire "to clear dead trees" from the land.
"I wish people could stop burning the forest as there are many innocent lives lost and affected by the fire," he was quoted as saying by Daily Mail.
Read more recent trending news on SAYS: