Thousands of people have poured into the streets of Mexico City and other cities that were affected by Tuesday’s catastrophic earthquake. Four-legged friends also joined the rescue efforts, and one of those heroic animals is Frida.The 7-year-old Labrador is one of the stars of Mexican Navy’s (SEMAR) Canine Unit and just made the Internet fall in love with her.
During her career, Frida has detected 52 people in various natural disasters and saved 12 lives, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Two weeks ago, the lab identified the body of a police officer in Juchitan after an earthquake hit the state of Oaxaca.
Frida now joins 15 other dogs who have been deployed to search for people in Mexico City.
At least 286 people have been killed by Tuesday’s magnitude 7.1 quake, says NBC News.
The Navy shared this video in a tweet that has gone viral. The clip shares how Frida prepares and proudly highlights her rescues.After only a few days, Frida has become a social media star and many are offering to send her more booties to keep her safe during her rescue missions.