A chihuahua falls from the sky.

This is one of the most miraculous stories ever. It is about a 6-week-old pup who survived a horrible incident. The story began when a group of construction workers heard the urgent cries of the tiny dog after having a busy day. So, they directly knew that they had to do something now.

They started searching and following the sound. But they found nothing and still heard the cries, so one of them looked above and realized that the screams were coming from above. It was heartbreaking when they saw a small Chihuahua pup gripped in the talons of a hawk who was circling the sky with it.

They were all completely shocked and didn’t know what to do. But the hawk released the Chihuahua, who came careening down. So, the workers ran over to check on the pup and could not believe what they saw. Fortunately, the dog was hurt, but it wasn’t that bad, letting the workers scoop him up. And bring him to the nearest veterinarian, where he was examined and known to be okay.

The tiny puppy, who was taken to Austin Animal Center (AAC), had several scratches and some bruises and bumps. But keeping in mind that he was thrown from the sky by a hawk, he was in fantastic shape. After the horrible incident with the hawk, he was given IV fluids to build his strength.

Thankfully, the little Chihuahua named Tony Hawk is now recovering and receiving proper nutrition, and he will be available for adoption since he is completely healed. Share this with your family and friends.

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