One day, Dr. Deborah Wilson from Circle L. Ranch Animal Rescue & Sanctuary received an alarming email from somebody informing her about a neighbor who was no longer interested in his dogs.
The man had nine four-week-old Pitbull pups, and he was threatening to get rid of them by drowning if he failed to find someone to adopt them.
Circle L. Ranch partnered with another rescue group to give the pups a new home. Circle L. Ranch took five puppies, and the partner rescue group took the rest.
Deborah took the five pups to live with a mother dog that they had rescued recently from a shelter in Pinal County. She hoped the mother would nurse the new five pups together with her two other pups which were slightly less than a week old.
Deborah was happy the five pups had found joy with the new mother.
We are grateful to Deborah and her partner rescue group who worked hard to ensure these puppies were saved.
Proper care will be taken on these adorable puppies. The puppies will be put up for adoption after they grow up.
We hope that all these puppies will end up in safe hands, where they will be taken care of.
Cover image: “Deborah Wilson” via Facebook