Texas Woman Searches Storm Drains For Lost Puppies
For the past three days, Callie Clemens, along with her incredible puppy sniffer Giselle and a team of volunteers, have been scouring the storm drains near the Spring Branch area in search of trapped dogs.
How It Started
It all began late one night when a stranger reached out to her through a lost and found pets Facebook page, informing her that the little creatures had gone astray on South Pinemont Drive. Clemens hastened to the location only to discover that they had taken an unfortunate plunge into the drain.
Nevertheless, her fearlessness shone through as she recollected having previously retrieved kittens from such underground crevices.
2 Puppies Found
So far, she has successfully retrieved two of the terrier mix pups and intends to pursue her search for the third. Her determination even saw her securing maps and blueprints to trace the complex underground tunnels.
When questioned on her unwavering dedication, Clemens simply said that she could not bring herself to turn down the plea for help after hearing the pups' plaintive cries.
The volunteers have been using sounds to lure out the puppies from the underground. To locate the remaining puppy, volunteers worked tirelessly through the night, battling water and insects in the search.
"There's a lot of cockroaches, you just have to avoid them, you just go fast," Clemens said.
Everyone is hopeful that the team will soon discover and rescue the trapped puppy.