Katelyn Mannion, Kim Reid, and Fiona Mc Clintock, the three rescuers, didn’t feel troubled even when they witnessed lightning flashing across the dark and hazy sky.
The rescue team was determined to find and save two scared German shepherd sisters. They specialize in rescuing abandoned animals in Fermanagh, Ireland, and when they received the information about the dogs, they immediately started searching for them. The rescue mission lasted for three days, during which they searched deep woodlands and fields. The team began to worry that they might not be able to locate the dogs when day three arrived. They felt hopeless because they couldn’t get close enough to the dogs, and their only goal was to bring them to safety. Finally, the sisters were found hiding in a farmer’s hut, and after a long search, the rescue team was relieved to see the hounds safe and sound.
Mannion expressed his feelings about the incident as an overwhelming sensation of happiness and excitement. Although they were still worried about the dogs’ safety, they were ecstatic to have them in a secure place. The rescuers named the dogs Thora and Levina and immediately began rehabilitating them. A rescue facility was donated by Little China Dog Rescue, while Lost Paws NI offered to cover the veterinary expenses. The crew was thrilled that both groups were willing to provide support. Mannion mentioned that it was a huge relief for them, and they could enjoy their time with the dogs without any worries. It was almost euphoric!
After receiving the required treatment and care, the dogs’ perception of humans changed drastically. They started displaying their unique personalities and even began seeking more affection from people. The canines are currently under foster care and will continue to stay there until they are eventually adopted. Even though the crew is unaware of their origin, they are pleased that the sisters’ story ended positively. Mannion expressed her contentment, stating that the dogs are joyful and aware of the love they receive.