Published: 17:14, 06 August 2021
| Updated: 17:29, 06 August 2021
Four dogs which fell over a cliff have been rescued by firefighters.
Three fire engines from Kent Fire and Rescue Service were sent to Bell Farm Lane, Minster, Sheppey after the careless canines tumbled over the cliff edge.
A fire service spokesman said: "Three fire engines attended as well as the technical rescue unit.
"Crews used line rescue equipment to safely lift each of the dogs to safety.
"The pets were all unharmed and passed back into the care of their owner."
The animals' unexpected adventure began just after 11am yesterday (Thursday).
It took firefighters just under an hour to haul the pets to safety.
The dogs were a King Charles spaniel, a cockapoo and two cocker spaniels.
The rescue came a day after police, fire, ambulance and coastguards were called to the same area after what is believed to have been a hoax call saying a person had fallen down the cliffs and had become trapped.