A pug has been rescued unhurt by firefighters after falling down a 40-metre (130 foot) well in her owner’s garden.
Three-year-old Kiki was tempted onto a holdall filled with treats and hauled up the shaft with ropes by the firefighters.
Kent Fire and Rescue Service crew manager Graham Porter called the operation an “interesting rescue”.
Despite apparently falling down the well from a significant height, the pet escaped without any major injuries.
Mr Porter said: “It’s a miracle she didn’t appear to have any injuries after falling that far, but she seemed OK and enjoyed a cuddle with the crew post rescue.”
Once back in the garden, Kiki “bounced straight out of the bag and ran around the garden”, according to a Kent Fire and Rescue Service statement.
The decision to use the holdall was made by firefighters after they decided it was too dangerous to go down the well themselves
It took the team of four around 45 minutes to rescue Kiki in Rainham, Kent, on Tuesday evening.
The crew posed for a picture with her before leaving.