The dramatic video captures the moment a stray dog wanders in a guerrilla enclosure in a San Diego zoo safari park – when a crowd of onlookers climbs on an oncoming monkey business.
Staff and guests “were shocked to see a dog inside the guerrilla wall, and called the San Diego Human Society for help.” The San Diego Human Society said on Facebook About the horrible incident on Sunday.
The organization said that “the stray dog is believed to have wandered into the park on its own and managed to enter the residence before it could be seen.”
“Thankfully, the zoo staff managed to move the guerrillas to a separate area while three of our human officers strapped the dog and brought it to safety!” He added that the male shepherd has been dubbed “Maite Joe Young”.
Park visitor Desteniey Pickett Told CBS 8 Her family noticed that the dog was running around in panic when the beast started chasing her around the wall.
He said some guests called for help, while others tried to divert attention from the canine interloper by naming a guerrilla.
Another visitor, Robert Rolls, videotaped the scene of the chaos, with park staff trying to control the two guerrillas.
“They just started chasing him and it was quite nerve-wracking,” he told CBS 8 about the animals. “A lot of employees came from the zoo and they literally kicked us out.”
Employees eventually managed to move the guerrillas to another area of the wall, and the San Diego Human Society rescued the dog.
The group’s Samantha Clark told News Outlet that she used a calm, friendly voice with the dog, who “just wanted to get out.”
“He was in a new environment with a new scent. Obviously, chasing a guerrilla would scare him,” he said. Trying, but I’m sure if he had fought – he was probably ready for it. “
Nina Thompson, a representative of the Human Society Told the San Diego Tribune He was reported to have three dogs running around the park. It is not known how the dog got inside the fence.
“I just met her, and she’s so cute,” he said Monday about Mighty Joe Young, who had no tags or microchips.
Thompson added that he would be held for four days to give the potential owner time to make a claim before he is offered for adoption.