Samut Prakan –
Four abandoned puppies were safely rescued early this morning, January 10th, after being reportedly packed in a black sack and thrown in a small pond in the Bang Phli district of Samut Prakan province.
Volunteers from the Ruam Katanyu Foundation arrived at the scene after being alerted by good Samaritans that a batch of unfortunate puppies was dumped by the ancient and deep fishing pond near Suvarnabhumi Canal Road, where people often carelessly throw trash bags in according to local residents. The people who reported the incident called because they could reportedly hear the puppies barking for help.
The puppies were heard whining and barking before being found moving and floating in the black sack on the surface of the pond. Some of the officers then went down into the pond and eventually brought the bag up to the ground.
Four out of five female newborns were found alive, one was unfortunately dead and had drowned. Female volunteers then washed them off and delivered them to a nearby pet hospital for a checkup. One of them had a minor back leg injury while the rest of the family was reportedly strong and healthy.
They are now under the supervision of the Ruam Katanyu Foundation until they are vaccinated and healthy enough to look for new owners and to be relocated to a new family.
Law Enforcement is reportedly investigating to attempt to determine who dropped the bag into the pond.
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