Wednesday, March 9, 2011
They are now at Animal Care and Control, no doubt where they or their puppies could have eventually ended up after being sold and discarded like many other dogs in the city.
Reporters seemed shocked that the fire-fighters were not attacked.
The Times wrote, "Perhaps affected by the smoke, the dogs seemed limp and sleepy, and certainly not combative." (Because of course they would have been combative other-wise.)
The first of the 14 dogs is now available for foster:
To help, please donate to the rescue Amsterdog or fill out an application at Amesterdog.com