Yelping puppy Ulysses doing well, 2 days after quake buried him alive

Rescuers scouring through earthquake rubble in Norcia, Italy, were in high spirits on Tuesday after finding Ulysses, a puppy who was buried alive.

Firefighters found the yelping cagnolino, or puppy, in the midst of ruins two days after a 6.5-magnitude earthquake hit.

Ulysses was sent to a vet in Rieti and was in good condition, according to local reports.

Also in Italy, some houses are collapsed outright, pancaked piles of stones and plaster. A pair of skis stick out. Some are cracked open neatly, exposing living rooms frozen in time.