Rescued Puppies Find New Homes in Florida
On Christmas Day, they sat on the side of the road abandoned. Today, a litter of rescued puppies find new homes, thanks to the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office in Pensacola, Florida.
According to the ESCO Facebook page, dispatch received a tip from a “concerned citizen” about a German shepherd-mix litter being thrown from a moving car on Wednesday. When arriving on scene, they saved all five puppies in a liberating event the office calls the ‘Great Christmas Puppy Rescue.’ The sheriff’s office reports that all puppies are safe and sound.
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These deputies then did the sensible thing all of us here at The News Wheel would have done: They brought the puppies in to work. All dispatchers and employees working for the holiday spent some time hanging out with the pups.
Although the sheriff’s office did locate the suspected vehicle involved in dumping the litter, there was no information on the whereabouts of the driver.
While their original owner was quick to give them up, loving families were just as fast at adopting the puppies. Sheriff’s office employees and local residents combined to adopt the pups.
The only problem left to solve is figuring out creative names for these adorable whippersnappers. According to the sheriff’s office, the new owners want Christmas-themed names and are asking for ideas from the public.
One of the pups now goes by ‘Tinsel.’ ‘Merry’ comes to my mind. If it was up to you, what would you name these pups?
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