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Workers rescue guinea pig named Snowball from sewer pipe

Skip to content SEE: Workers save guinea pig named Snowball from sewer pipe By: Natalie Dreier, Cox Media Group National Content Desk Updated: May 12, 2020 – 12:07 PM CINCINNATI — Snowball is going to need a bath, or two, or three. Snowball is a guinea pig from Cincinnati who had quite an adventure late last month. The pet had escaped from his home and crawled into a sewer pipe, WLWT reported. Snowball’s owners knew they needed help to get their pet out so they called Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported. But thanks to two brave and good-hearted workers, Snowball was returned home. Jeff Greene and Reggie Gray suited up and got down and dirty to get Snowball out of his stinky safe place, WLWT reported. First Green called to Snowball, saying “Hey buddy, come on.” But Snowball was scared and shaking and wouldn’t budge. So Grey lowered Greene into a manhole and Greene was able to spot the animal. They said the sunny, dry weather helped with the rescue. If it had been raining, Snowball would have been washed away, the Enquirer reported. They used a basketball to help persuade the guinea pig, nudging him to come out of hiding, WLWT reported. Snowball escaped from his W. Price Hill home & thought a sewer was a good place to hang out. MSD’s Jeff Greene & Reggie Gray came to the rescue. When Snowball wouldn’t budge from the pipe, they used a basketball to nudge him out. Now Snowball needs a bath.— Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati (@CincinnatiMSD) May 11, 2020 FILE PHOTO: A guinea pig had to be rescued from a stinky situation. (IsabelPavia/Getty Images) © 2020 Cox Media Group
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