Puppies Left Behind In Taped-Shut Beer Carton Among Wildfires And 105-F Temps

Someone abandoned five puppies at a Walmart as the California wildfires ravaged the area around them. They were taped shut in an empty beer box as helpless as can be. Fortunately, a good Samaritan who also happens to work with Soft Paws Rescue in Sonoma County discovered them and took the pups in.

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She found the five puppies suffering inside the cardboard carton as temperatures reached 105-F that day. They so desperately needed medical care if they were going to survive.

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The puppies were taken in for checkups and were all found to be healthy. The rescue decided to name each pup after a fire department to honor the brave people risking it all to fight the fires devastating the state.

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The six-week-old Chihuahua mixes named Graton (male), Helena, Maya, Rosa, and Caz will be put up for adoption on September 1st. You can apply and/or find information at SoftPawsRescue.org.

H/T – ABC 7 News