Anorak News | RNLI ends dog’s Humber swim record attempt

RNLI ends dog’s Humber swim record attempt

by | 3rd, September 2013

THERE is no escape. Blyth RNLI claim to have rescued a dog swimming out to sea. Anorak has long suspected that theses rescues are unwanted. The animal could have been on a charity swim.

Says Lifeboat Deputy Launching Authority (DLA) Paul Raine:

“It’s good to see that someone knew what to do and called the coastguard on 999 for help instead of attempting to go after the animal themselves. I would advise any animal owners who find themselves in a similar situation to do the same.”

And the same goes for pets. If your dogs and cats see  human beings swimming out to sea or rowing a boat into the Atlantic, call the emergency services.

Posted: 3rd, September 2013 | In: Strange But True Comment | TrackBack | Permalink