For the second time this year, a dog and a cat have been rescued from the Grand Hotel in New York City.
The rescue occurred on Saturday, according to the hotel’s publicist, Amanda M. Miller.
She told The Associated Press the dogs, who were brought in by a member of the hotel community, were rescued after being hit by a car.
She said that a security guard alerted guests and police when they spotted the dogs.
The dogs were taken to a veterinary hospital for treatment, according the statement.
A spokeswoman for the hotel did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Miller said the dogs were transported to the veterinary hospital after the incident, but did not say when they arrived at the hotel.