Rescued Puppy is the Chief Happiness Officer of Murray Fire Station

Rescue crew from Murray had no idea how a pooch puppy was trapped more than 200 feet below the ground in a narrow borehole well. Luckily, a large group made up of local firefighters, animal rescue organizations, and some local enthusiasts, spent about eleven hours to rescue the pooch puppy’.

Against all odds, the pup was finally rescued amidst bleak chances of survival. While puppy still hasn’t been named, the county fire station gave him a permanent spot at the fire station and a brand-new designation of Chief Happiness Officer. The puppy will now officially keep the firemen happy after a tiresome day at work.