Someone failed to get their young dog altered and then allowed her to get pregnant – when the newborn puppies arrived, that same person took the entire family and dropped them at a night drop box at a busy California animal control agency.
A woman who hopes to see this family rescued reached out to the Pet Rescue Report over the weekend with a request for help – she wrote:
This cute little Mom, barely a year old herself, and her seven newborn puppies were dumped in the “night drop box” at the shelter on May 17. Totally heartbreaking. Mom looks really cute and is a good mother according to the shelter staff, but I was just told by the shelter staff that this little mother and puppies have had zero interest from any rescues or adopters, and urgently need to get out now.
Some of the Petharbor listings for the newborn puppies have already been deleted – it is unclear of some of the puppies may have passed away. Busy animal control agencies, full of dogs who may or may not have been provided with shots, is no place for a newborn puppy to be.
Please take a moment to network the following adoption information – you may help save a life.
Riverside County Animal Control – Riverside Shelter at (951) 358-7387
Ask for information about animal ID number A1364658/A1364445
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