Two-month-old puppies at high kill shelter need help quickly

These two adorable puppies are just two-months-old and have had the bad luck to have landed at a high kill shelter in the city of Robstown located near Austin, Texas area where they are at risk of being euthanized.

According to Cuz i Matter Animal Rescue, these two siblings have not had much human contact and are therefore quite skittish. With patience and time, surely these two could become the perfect additions to any family.

It’s the holiday time when families are attending parties, school functions and shopping for the perfect gifts to place under the tree. Why not spend a few minutes sharing these two puppies’ plight to approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts? Don’t let these two innocent puppies become statistics for the millions of unwanted pets euthanized for no reason other than no one has stepped forward to help. We are their only hope.

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11 replies
  1. pennysdachshunds says:

    Their ONLY HOPE is to GET THEM the “HELL” out of TEXAS :::The most BARBARIC and COMPASSION LACKING State in our UNION!!!!! What nice looking little PUP”s and yes they would make wonderful pets. ONLY They probably be given a Chance … Hopefully a Rescue will see they are very worthy of Saving!!!

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  2. Adrienne says:

    Can someone try to socialize these pups which would give them a better chance of being adopted. Step up Texas to help these animals. Not their fault for being alive but humans who allow dogs to continually breed.

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  3. Sue says:

    Sharing. However, you might want to know that breeders are advertising on this site. I reported the ads, but the strongest language I was able to choose, for reporting it, was “not interested.”

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    • Penny Eims says:

      This is the unfortunate consequence of the ad network that we have to use. If not for the overall network, we would not be able to continue our work here.

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  4. Laura says:

    Imagine life in their place, what a terrible place this world would be, nothing but fear and confusion, all these giant, strange looking creatures handling you and putting you here and there, then into a cage…surely no love up until, hopefully, now. I wish so badly I could take them both, but I and my family are already full with dogs and knowing of so many more locally who are in bad situations, who need saving too. This world actually IS a terrible place. And it should not be. Dog breeders are one main cause of this awfulness, breeding puppies as if they’re growing potatoes for sale, but of course much more pricey…all while countless dogs all over the world are in desperate need of homes and families to take care of them. The dog breeders advertising on this page are an abomination. But in this world, what else is new? And yes, Penny, I know you have no control over who advertises here.

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