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> Two Pets Successfully Rescued
The donation is part of "Project Breathe™" by Invisible Fence® Brand which aims to equip every fire station in Canada, the United States and the U.K with pet oxygen masks.
Two Pets Successfully Rescued
We got some awesome news recently. Two pets were successfully rescued from separate house fires and resuscitated by the firefighters using pet oxygen masks which had been donated by Invisible Fence Brand of Southern Manitoba!
The cat, rescued in January, has made a full recovery, while the little dog, rescued just this weekend, is also expected to recover. Here's their photos, provided to us by the District Fire Chief of the RM of Tache Fire Department. We're so happy to have been able to help these pets and their families!
Here's what the Fire Chief had to say:
I just wanted to let you know that we successfully rescued a cat from a house fire last night using the pet oxygen masks you donated to our fire department through your Project Breathe™ program about a year ago. This is the first chance we've had to use them since receiving them. Upon searching the house while the fire was being attacked, we located an unconscious cat. He was brought out and given oxygen using the pet masks and within 20 minutes the cat regained consciousness. He's expected to make a full recovery.
Your donation has saved another family pet! We rescued a dog from a house fire last night and used one of the donated masks to help the little fella recover. I just want to once again say thank you for your donation to our fire department and to let you know that it is making a difference!
Source: Invisible Fence Brand of Southern Manitoba Facebook