OMG: Wally the dog trapped inside a wall for a month, finally gets rescued!

After being trapped for a month inside a wall during construction on an apartment building where his owners used to live, a pet dog was finally rescued.

Wally, a pet dog, endured a month-long nightmare after his owners left him behind during their move from an apartment building in Dasmariñas, Cavite. He was trapped inside a wall during construction, surviving solely on water from an open drainage channel.

Thankfully, heroes emerged in the form of barangay officials, led by Chairman Jeffrey Galit, who teamed up with PETA for a rescue operation.

After weeks of desperate barks, Wally, all skinny and covered in wounds from weeks of trying to escape, was finally freed and rushed to the vet to receive urgent care. His rescue came after the new tenants of the apartment heard his barks coming from the wall and immediately alerted local officials.

And, through PETA’s Ampon Alaga program, Wally found himself in a loving foster home, where he’s thriving. His weight is up, his wounds are healing, and he’s eagerly awaiting his furever family, said PETA.

“This poor dog not only endured the heartbreak and confusion of being left behind by his family but also spent weeks trapped behind a wall, barking desperately for help and struggling to escape,” said PETA Senior Vice President Jason Baker in a statement.

“PETA urges everyone to come to the aid of animals in need—or to call someone who can help,” he added.

Wally’s ordeal highlights the crucial work of PETA’s Ampon Alaga program, which champions adoption, provides essential services, and rescues animals in need.

PETA released the video of Wally’s inspiring rescue on Wednesday, April 17, garnering global attention and sparking conversations about animal welfare and responsible pet ownership.

(Courtesy: Ampon Alaga/FB)