Monday Cute: Frida the Rescue Dog Is the Floofiest Hero of the Mexico Earthquake
10/10 Would let rescue if in need
As Mexico City and the surrounding areas work through the aftermath of the devastating earthquake that hit earlier this week, a lot of heroes have stepped forward to help rescue survivors. Not the least of which is this beautiful pupper, Frida.
— Presidencia México (@PresidenciaMX) September 21, 2017
Frida is nowhere near the only wonder pup saving lives in Mexico, but she does have an incredible reputation. In her time as a rescue dog, the 7-year-old lab having saved more than 50 lives (via the above video) in a number of natural disasters.
Frida is a hero pup, who is now working to find survivors of the Mexico City earthquake. 1,00,000/10 would let save in time of devastation.
Meet Frida. She's in the search & rescue division of the Mexican Navy along with two German shepherds. Sadly, she's been busy lately. 14/10 pic.twitter.com/82nlfkvodW
— WeRateDogs™ (Oct 3) (@dog_rates) September 20, 2017
The work Frida is doing is important in devastating circumstances. At the same time, I cannot stop looking at these boots.
AND ALSO THESE GOGGLES. LOOK AT THEM.
That is one heroic pup. Since we can’t all be Frida, here are a few ways you can help those in need:
(via Reuters, image: screengrab, Twitter)
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