On Sunday morning, David and Louise Turpin were arrested after their 13 children were discovered neglected and handcuffed to their beds in Perris, California. The couple’s two family dogs, however were found in perfect health.
The two dogs seized from the Turpin home will be adopted out via a raffle to a city resident officials from the Perris area animal control announced on Thursday. According to a news release, the one-year-old Maltese dogs – one white and one black are healthy, friendly and leash trained. Before being offered for adoption, they will be spayed, immunized and micro-chipped.
Interested parties are asked to submit their request in an email addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org between Friday, Jan. 19 and Friday, Jan 26. Include in the request your name, address, contact information including a phone number and an email address.
An inspection of any potential homes for the two dogs will be conducted by animal control officers. People deemed acceptable will then become part of a raffle and on Feb.5, an adopter is expected to be chosen.
(Photos of dogs from Turpin home via FB)
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