The Burke County Animal Services Facebook account recently posted about a number of puppies that were found on the side of a road in the area, all of which are now looking for homes.
“TEN PUPPIES DUMPED😡 All 10 of these precious souls were dumped on Bellevue Plantation Rd near Mill Creek Rd. Witnesses saw a silver sedan leaving the area shortly after the puppies were found. If there is any information on where these puppies may have come from, give us a call! Available for Adoption: 06/01/2023,” the post said.
Commenting on the post, people said things like:
“Outrageous! I hope to be sending a PayPal from California soon to help with adoption fees, thank the Heavens you were able to rescue them from the side of the road!! 😭🤬😍”
“This is to the one that did this, You emotionally messed these puppies up how you say? Put to you this way let’s say we drop you off in another Country NO MONEY NO HOME NO PLACE TO STAY NO FOOD!!! You put these puppies in a place of emptiness… I hope these puppies will find a Loving home for the rest of their lives. Karma is hell to the one that did this. BTW I Do have a Rescue dog and He has Nightmares…..”
“How precious and so glad that they were rescued!! People can be so evil, makes no sense to me how anyone could do such a thing.”
“I would adopt EVERY single one of them if I had the space. How can someone look at these babies and just decide they aren’t worth any love or a nice home. I hope Karma gets to them.”
“Can’t imagine looking at those sweet faces and being heartless enough to abandon them. I wish I had the space for them.”
“Look at their little faces 😩😩😩 So adorable 🥺 they just want a little love 😔 People can be so cruel 🤬 These poor babies 😢”
“I’m praying all these fur babies get adopted soon. Thank you for saving them. Shame on whoever dumped them, they are disgusting! Sharing!”
Many animal shelters need people to adopt the dogs within them because they are running out of space and those animals will otherwise have to be euthanized. BARCS, for example, a Baltimore City animal shelter, said, “🚨OUT OF SPACE: BARCS is in a state of emergency. We have taken in 303 new animals in the past week and ended last night at negative 12 dog spaces. We’re going to be clear and keep this post short: Dogs in our shelter are at risk today. We are waiving fees immediately.”
🚨OUT OF SPACE: BARCS is in a state of emergency. We have taken in 303 new animals in the past week and ended last night at negative 12 dog spaces. We’re going to be clear and keep this post short: Dogs in our shelter are at risk today. We are waiving fees immediately. pic.twitter.com/pIAnYsbHzs
— BARCS Animal Shelter 🐾 (@BARCS_SHELTER) May 26, 2023
Fortunately, none of the pups in the Burke County Animal Service photo appear to be pitbulls like the dog in the BARCS photo.
Featured image credit: Burke County Animal Service
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