Who says cats and dogs have to be enemies?
For centuries, the furry friends have been known to fight like, well, cats and dogs but over the weekend in Dublin, one thoughtful pooch proved that that doesn't always have to be the case.
Little Mac was out for a walk with his owner Karen in Finglas when the sound of a cat stuck in a wall cavity caught his attention. Mac proceeded to bark until help arrived from Finglas fire station.
Heart-warming rescue this afternoon in #Finglas by our Finglas C Watch crew. A kitten fell in to a wall cavity and was unable to escape. The team from North Dublin Cat Rescue rang us for help. Ralphie is none the worse of his predicament and is in purrfect health. pic.twitter.com/IGF789wyer
— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) September 30, 2018
Pictures posted to the North Dublin Cat Rescue Facebook page show the tiny size of the hole that Ralphie was stuck in so it's a good thing that Mac came along when he did.
Great work by all involved. Could Mac and Ralphie become the next heroic canine/feline duo? Only time will tell.
More pictures below.