Sunday, 3 November 2013

Appeal For Mothers Of Dumped Puppies

Furry Friends Animal Rescue have put out an appeal to find the mothers of two litters of puppies that were dumped outside the vets at Pets at Home on the A3 in Raynes Park.

Nine puppies were dumped in total in a cardboard box in the rain on Friday morning before the centre opened. Five from one litter are around 7 weeks old and four from a different litter were around 4-5 weeks old. Unfortunately one of the puppies from the younger litter died yesterday.

Emma Semple from Furry Friends Animal Rescue, who have taken on the puppies is appealing for whoever dumped the puppies to please consider handing the mums into them. In a direct appeal to the owners, Emma has said:
"No questions asked and I can meet you to collect her/them anywhere you want. I don't even need your address. We can help your dogs and ensure that she/they get an amazing life. 
My number is 0208 407 1080 / 07973 569 371 if you could just consider this?"
I know this is a little outside the Worcester Park area but if anyone know who this is, please ask them to get in touch with Emma so they can help.


3 COMMENTS (Add Yours Now!):

Avril Clark said...

Thank you for highlighting this

Anne said...

oh my god! Heartbreaking :( Please do the right thing :( As they said no questions asked. We know that times are hard so no jugdement but please, please do the right thing. they aare just little puppies :(

pam read said...

Not the right thing to do, but at least the pups were left where they could be helped .. I could maybe give a home

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