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Puppy is rescued from a wild MONKEY that kidnapped the tiny dog in Malaysia

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Puppy is rescued from a wild MONKEY who kidnapped the little dog and carried it up trees and along power lines for three days in Malaysia

  • Two-week-old puppy named Saru was grabbed by the primate on September 16
  • Concerned residents rescue dog three days later by scaring monkey
  • A local took the puppy home and checked it for injuries before adopting it










Heartbreaking footage captures the moment a puppy was rescued after being kidnapped and held hostage by a wild monkey for three days.

The two-week-old black and white puppy, named Saru, was grabbed by the primate on September 16 and taken to the top of a power station in Taman Lestari Putra, Malaysia.

Residents noticed the hostage situation and began to gather at the site. They said the monkey was part of a wild monkey gang known for stealing food from homes and now suspected of taking pets.

Concerned residents finally rescued the dog three days later, on September 18, by terrifying the monkey until he dropped it into the bushes below. The monkey then fled into the trees.

The monkey held the puppy close to him for three days

The two-week-old black and white puppy, named Saru, was grabbed by the primate on September 16 and taken to the top of a power station in Taman Lestari Putra, Malaysia.

Footage shows residents throwing fireworks on the ground to make a loud noise that would startle the monkey.

The monkey is startled by the bang and drops the monkey into the foliage below. Three residents then clamber up to the foliage.

One of them manages to find the little puppy in the bushes and returns it to the others.

Spectator Cherry Lew Yee Lee said, “The puppy looked tired and tired, but the monkey didn’t seem to hurt him. The monkey just held the puppy as he walked around.

“It seemed like he was treating the puppy like a friend or his baby, it was very strange. We still had to save the poor dog, however, because he turned out to be starving.’

Cherry and her neighbors went to the area where the monkey was last seen three times, but they were always chased by the animal, which fled along power lines and trees.

One of the residents who rescued the puppy took him home to check for injuries before adopting him

One of the residents who rescued the puppy took him home to check for injuries before adopting him

Pictured: The proud locals keep the little puppy in a blanket after their successful rescue mission

Pictured: The proud locals keep the little puppy in a blanket after their successful rescue mission

Footage shows residents throwing fireworks on the ground to make a loud noise that would startle the monkey.  The monkey is startled by the bang and lets the monkey fall into the foliage below

Footage shows residents throwing fireworks on the ground to make a loud noise that would startle the monkey. The monkey is startled by the bang and lets the monkey fall into the foliage below

Three residents then clamber up to the foliage.  One of them manages to find the little puppy in the bushes and returns it to the others

Three residents then clamber up to the foliage. One of them manages to find the little puppy in the bushes and returns it to the others

When more locals arrived to help, the monkey withdrew into the jungle, but returned to find food while still holding the small dog in his arms.

On the third day of the kidnapping, defiant local residents managed to frighten the monkey by pelting it with small stones and wood until it freed the dog.

A local took the dog home to check for injuries before it was adopted and it is now in stable condition in its new home.

It is believed to have been a stray puppy snatched from a nearby nest.

The Malaysian government receives an average of 3,800 complaints from the public about monkeys across the country each year, prompting the country’s wildlife department to mount a massive culling program that will kill up to 70,000 macaques annually between 2013 and 2016.

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