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Brothers rescue two dogs caught in Niu Valley stream

By Gary T. Kubota

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LAST UPDATED: 12:29 a.m. HST, Mar 06, 2012


Sudden rains apparently caught two dogs by surprise in Niu Valley Monday.

The dogs were swimming, stuck in a swollen stream near KFC restaurant, when brothers David and Charlie Moffat of Hawaii Kai rescued them.

The 1 p.m. rescue took about half an hour because the skittish dogs swam away from their would-be rescuers and had to be coaxed back, Charlie Moffat said.

He said the rains had subsided and the stream was moving slowly when they rescued the dogs.

Charlie Moffat, who has several dogs, said he was happy to get to the pair before they might have been dragged into a culvert beneath Kalanianaole Highway.

The dogs were taken to the Hawaii Humane Society. Moffat said the dogs had embedded computer chips that will help to find their owners.






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hilopango wrote:
Good job!!!
on March 5,2012 | 11:41PM
kuewa wrote:
OK, not to put a damper on the story, but those boys should not have been in that stream bed during the rain. They could have been swept away themselves. It might have been better to call the Humane Society or another professional agency. On the other hand, I'm glad they were successful.
on March 6,2012 | 12:50AM
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