According to the Euclid Vet Clinic, the puppies were crammed in plastic boxes and the boxes were taped shut.
Hundreds have expressed interest in adopting the puppies but there’s a process: an application, a home visit, and a $400 fee. Three of the female puppies have been adopted, but the six male puppies are still available.
Many are grateful someone had the heart to stop.
“It’s a blessing. It really is that someone stopped, because if they didn’t, they could be dead,” said Addie Broach, with Addie’s Pet Protection Rescue.
Anyone interested in adopting the puppies can call or stop by the shelter. Some still require treatments for dehydration, diarrhea, low temperature, and colds. The puppies are approximately 10 to 12 weeks old and are lab/pit mixes.
There is a Go Fund Me to help with expenses.
The Vet Clinic is asking people to inform the Aurora Police if you have any information about this incident.
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