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Image: YouTube/Viralhog
Image: YouTube/Viralhog

No doubt this critter was feeling a little flushed when it wound up trapped inside a sewage pipe, but fortunately for it a kindly human came to its rescue. But while the rescuer was being a hero, there was movement behind him, and the figure spotted in the background was displaying an all-too-human emotion.

Image: Facebook/East Sussex WRAS
Image: Facebook/East Sussex WRAS

East Sussex Wildlife Rescue and Ambulance Service (WRAS) is a voluntary organization based in south-east England. They respond to emergency calls from the public and other animal welfare groups, offering aid to wild animals that would otherwise have to fend for themselves.

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Image: Facebook/ East Sussex WRAS
Image: Facebook/ East Sussex WRAS

The East Sussex WRAS is a free service to call and utilize; it stays in business through generous donations. Their rescue hotlines can receive up to 3,000 calls a year, and they can respond as advisors to a situation as well as take decisive action when needed.

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