One canine, 14 years old spent 6 weeks all alone in a mountain before getting saved.
Around 6 weeks ago, Chole alongside a neighbour dog had run away and no one has seen her since.
The dog’s family live on the east side of Mount Bross in Colorado, even though the younger dog that she ran away with gkt back, Chole unfortunately didn’t, the family searched everywhere but unfortunately to no luck.
This is where a stranger comes into the story.A Facebook page of the mountaineer/hiking group 14ers said someone had heard a dog crying atop of Mount Bross, and Trinity Smith came across the post.
The woman decided to investigate so she hiked the mountain hoping to find the pooch.
Unfortunately she only heard the dogs barking but didn’t find her, the woman knew she needed help to rescue the canine.
Trinity and her boyfriend Sean Nichols decided to hike the mountain again the next morning and this time they spent 4 hours calling the dog, they refused to give up and after climbing some more finally they heard a faint bark.
“I started to give up, thinking she hadn’t made it through the night,” Trinity told CBS News. “Then (I heard) that little bark, and the adrenaline started going again.”
Chloe was frail and scared when they finally reached her.
“We got her!!!!” Trinity posted on Facebook when they found her. “After hours and hours of yelling and climbing Sean Nichols & I finally brought this sweet, scared, hungry girl down to safety. The poor baby was stuck up there for over a month. After coming back down with her, Chloe’s owners were patiently waiting to see if this was their dog that they had been missing for 6 weeks who had run off with another neighborhood pup. They assumed after a month of searching that their 13-year-old baby was gone forever.”
“After rumors of a dog crying & 2 days of scrambling along the side of a 14er, we finally brought this sweet baby down to safety,” she added. “This poor thing has been stranded high up on a cliff for over a month. She was once a 90 lb. dog who now weighs 26. Glad to have her off that mountain and back with her owners!”
The owner of Chloe told 9NEWS that their dog is getting better but still requires more time to get over this scary ordeal.
Source : Youtube/CBS Denver