The Roswell Humane Society welcomes donations for their thrift stores to add some extra income for the homeless animals, but not when puppies are thrown and abandoned in the donation bins. On Sunday night, someone dropped off nearly a dozen dogs into two bins at the Roswell facility.
According to krqe.com, the thrift store employees heard whimpers coming from the two foot deep bins. In the first bin, employees found a mother dog and her three puppies - all covered in ticks. In a second bin around the corner from the rescue, authorities found seven tiny pit bull mix puppies. Luckily all of the dogs survived the frigid temperatures of the night.
On their Facebook page, the Roswell Humane Society sadly stated:
"These are NOT the donations, we want to see in our donation boxes (for clothing, household items, and papers)."
There can be no stronger argument than the abandonment of these puppies for every responsible pet owner to spay or neuter their dogs and cats. By no fault of their own, thousands of healthy dogs and cats are euthanized every day because of overpopulation, limited facilities, and insufficient funds at animal shelters.
These little dogs will be among the lucky ones however, because they will be available for adoption. If you are interested in giving a beautiful four-legged friend a "furrever" home, please click here.
If you would like to donate to the recovery of these puppies, please click here.
Do you know who dumped these dogs? If so, please call (575)-622-8950.
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