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Cats aren’t the only pets that firefighters have helped in times of trouble. Meet Quinn, whose dramatic rescue story can be seen in this video. Quinn got stuck in a four foot hole after stepping into her favorite ball; The hole was big enough to get in but too small to get out.

As soon as Quinn’s landlady realized what had happened, she called the fire department. The hole was too small for her to help Quinn; They needed trained experts to fix this mess. As they waited for the firefighters to come to the rescue, Quinn stood scared in the small, awkward space.

Soon the firefighters arrived. After assessing the situation, they decided the best way to get Quinn out of the hole was to dig to make more space. In about twenty minutes, they were able to widen the hole just enough to get the dog out himself.

It was covered in dirt but safe. The whole episode didn’t last very long, but it has to be the longest moment of poor Quinn’s life.

We don’t tend to give firefighters the thanks they deserve for solving problems like this. It may seem like a small hassle compared to rescuing a burning house, but these first responders took the time to save a frightened dog.

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