Two dirty pups went unnoticed for weeks while they tried to survive

For weeks, two dirty pups went unnoticed on a residential cul-de-sac in the Ananheim Hills are of California. The fluffy, little guys tried to avoid the horrible heat by seeking shade underneath parked cars. People walked by them as if the lives of these poor orphaned pooches didn’t count.

Someone did leave a cup of water, but that hardly helped the heartbreaking situation.

And as the two dogs moved from one car to another, no one bothered to scoop them up and take them to the nearest shelter, put them in their backyards to keep  them safe or take them to a veterinarian’s office for help.

“Maybe it’s because  the dogs were ‘dirty’ or the people were in a ‘rush’ or ‘afraid’,” the Ghetto Rescue FFoundation posted on Thursday morning as a volunteer headed out to the area to help.

“Well we know they are dirty, we are always in a rush and sometimes we are afraid, but we have a few folks who do most of the street work, and they go when they can.”

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2 replies
  1. Bunny Peters says:

    My heart is breaking for these precious little treasures. If I was in that area, (I live in Seattle) I would foster these precious little treasures in a heartbeat. They would get lots of snuggles to reassure them that the world is OK!!!
    Hope these precious little treasures recover ASAP and are rehomed into loving furever families who will treat them as beloved family members.

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  2. sherry mainquist says:

    Ppl are always in a rush that’s what’s wrong with the world… or they don’t to be bothered. Even if it means saving a life of a stray on the street.!! Shame on these ppl for not stepping up and helping these pups. Thank you to the ones who did!

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