Firefighters use small oxygen masks
Our brave firefighters risk their lives every day to keep us secure.
These selfless men and women often put themselves in danger to save others, and they are not scared to do so.
They also promise to defend animals in addition to people.
And although though we’ve witnessed a number of incredible acts by firefighters rescue our feline friends, this one shows how selfless they can be once more.
Firefighters from the District 3 of the Lacey Fire Department in Lacey, Washington, responded to a mobile home fire.
No one was hurt since the incident was promptly put out.
On the other side, a small family of hamsters in need of care was found by the firefighters.
The brave men quickly saved the kids and gave them “little air masks” to help them breathe.
The three children and the two adults, “Madonna” and “Oreo,” received attentive attention.
The baby hamsters receiving oxygen therapy, “Oreo,” “Madonna,” and
The fire department wrote, “LFD3 firefighters have animal rescue and assistance equipment.”
One of the infants did not survive despite the crew’s best attempts.
The rest of the family, however, is unharmed and has been returned to their rightful owners.