Puppies accidentally stumbled into spilled tar in garbage pile

In a local village near Udaipur, Rajasthan, India, four puppies accidentally stumbled into spilled tar at a garbage pile. According to local villagers, who notified Animal Aid Unlimited asking for help, as the first puppy wandered into the oil slick, she started to whimper and cry. When the other three puppies became upset over their sibling crying, they ran into investigate, and they too became glued down with the poisonous, sticky tar.

The mother of the puppies couldn’t be found, and had not volunteers from Animal Aid Unlimited intervened, the puppies would not have survived.

 

For hours, the medical staff removed the tar from each puppy with oil and dish soap. Two of the puppies were so immersed in the sticky oil, they were unable to move; they could only blink their eyes.

By the time the mother of the puppies was discovered and brought to be reunited with her little ones, a lot had happened.

Check out the video for the conclusion:

Covered in solid tar puppies trapped in their own bodies, only their eyes could move, rescued

Four incredibly dear puppies came close to losing their lives in a horrendous accident when they stumbled into spilled tar in a garbage pile. When the first one wandered in and got stuck, she must have cried with so much emotion that the others came to see what was the matter, and they too got glued down by the awful tar. We knew they had a mother, but we couldn't find her until the day following their rescue and the hours-long process of removing the tar with oil and dish soap.The little sweethearts were dazed with confusion, pain, fear and frustration, and two were so completely covered that all they could move was their eyes. But by the time Mommy arrived, they were freed from the poisonous grip of the tar and ready for the comfort of her love. Help suffering sweethearts when they need us the most.http://www.animalaidunlimited.org/donate.html

Posted by Animal Aid Unlimited on Friday, November 15, 2019

And four puppies were happy to be reunited with their mom and ready to be loved again.

To help more innocent victims of abuse, neglect and terrible accidents, donations can be sent:http://www.animalaidunlimited.org/donate.html

(Photos and video Animal Aid Unlimited/Instagram)

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  1. Bunny Peters says:

    My husband and I regularly donate to this wonderful organization. They work miracles with very limited resources and genuine love for animals…….

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