Two innocent puppies huddle together at a rural shelter in Summerville, Georgia after having been surrendered by their owner. Little more than skin and bones, the pups had been killing chickens. Of course they were hungry and wanted to eat. Who can blame them?
Sadly there was more to the tragic story of these sweet, female puppies barely beginning their lives so hungry and so unlucky as to where they were born.
“Then she [the owner of the puppies] had the nerve to ask if she could adopt a kitten? Of course – they said no – you almost starved these two puppies – why would we let you have another one?”
The shelter is crowded, and these babies need rescue immediately. There is no place for them to go and boarding facilities are full. Sadly, these puppies can be euthanized at any time.
(Photo of puppies who killed chickens by Carlean Cundiff)
If you can help, please contact the Chattanooga County Animal Control in Summerville, Georgia. Call 706.857.0679. Contact Carlean30753@gmail.com.
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