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2 Dogs Rescued From Malibu Cliff

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If you took an early lunch and flipped on KTLA, you watched as firefighters saved two dogs wandering about a precipice in the Malibu hills.

Firefighters climbed up a steep hillside off the PCH near Big Rock Canyon to rescue the dogs, both believed to be pitbull mixes.

In the ultimate awwww moment, the dogs, carried down one by one by firefighters, met their owners at the bottom "with wet, sloppy kisses from their best friends," according to KTLA.