Update 7/11/2023: Saved by Saving Hope Rescue!!
Fort Worth, Texas – It is a never-ending cycle of intake, overcrowding, and euthanasia at animal shelters across the nation, and even adorable litters of puppies are at risk. On Friday afternoon, the Code Red Animals of FWACC Facebook page issued the “last call” alert for an orphaned litter of puppies at the Fort Worth Animal Control facility.
According to the shelter volunteers, the seven puppies are “rescue only” because they arrived to the facility underweight, and suffering from non-contagious mange.
Like most puppies, this litter of orphaned pups wants to love and be loved. They want to snuggle and play and enjoy their life. But they will not be afforded these “luxuries” if help does not come in time.
The identification numbers for the puppies are below:
A0052966424, A0052966406, A0052966394, A0052966345, A0052966330, A0052966315, A0052966302 (They are around 2 months old and 5 lbs.)
Important information 📌 Please read:
🚫 DO NOT CALL THE SHELTER! It goes to the city call center; not the shelter. All communication with the shelter is through email.
📩 To save this dog: You must EMAIL to place a hold on the dog! All rescue tags must be sent via EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
➡️ In subject line write “last call” with dog’s name and animal #. You’ll get an automated response back first then staff will send a confirmation email. Staff checks all emails by 12pm before starting to euthanize.
🏠These dogs are located at Fort Worth Animal Care & Control-SAC- 4900 Martin Street, Fort Worth, TX 76119
Note: Please contact the shelter directly about these puppies. Animal Victory is NOT affiliated with the shelter or these puppies. Thank you.
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