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Emaciated five-month-old puppies need urgent rescue from Orange County shelter

Both of these puppies are being held in isolation because of their extreme conditions.
Both of these puppies are being held in isolation because of their extreme conditions.
Friends of OCAS Animals Orlando Fl

Two emaciated puppies were brought into the Orange County Animal Shelter on Friday; they are estimated to be five-months old and weigh only 11 pounds each. The puppies are being kept in an isolation unit because they are dangerously malnourished.

It's beyond belief how anyone could allow such horrendous animal neglect to happen. Meanwhile the welfare of these two puppies is of paramount importance.

According to Animal Control:

"All animals will get examined by a vet and they will receive medications as needed and additional/wet food to help them gain weight, but the idea is to get them into a foster/home/rescue."

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Following are their descriptions:

SET TO BE EUTHANIZED FRI 7/18
Animal ID: A295811 Room No.: WDI36

Hi, I am an approximately 5 month old black and white male. I am friendly and I am too young to be tested for heartworms. I weigh approximately 11 pounds. I have been at Orange County Animal Services since Friday, July 11, 2014. My due out date is Friday, July 18, 2014.
OCAS - ORLANDO, FL

http://apps.ocfl.net/dept/CEsrvcs/animal/NetPets/AnimalDetail.asp?ID=A29...

SET TO BE EUTHANIZED FRI 7/18
Animal ID: A295812 Room No.: WDI36

Hi, I am an approximately 5 month old black and white male. I am fearful and I am too young to be tested for heartworms. I weigh approximately 14 pounds. I have been at Orange County Animal Services since Friday, July 11, 2014. My due out date is Friday, July 18, 2014.
OCAS - ORLANDO, FL

http://apps.ocfl.net/dept/CEsrvcs/animal/NetPets/AnimalDetail.asp?ID=A29...

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