11 Puppies Left In A Cage Outside In South Haven & Now Need Foster Homes
I believe there is a special place in hell for people who abuse animals for zero reason whatsoever. It’s quite clear that there are enough shelters and Humane Society buildings in Michigan that even though they may be a bit crowded, would be much better off there than suffering, an agonizing death outside in the heat.
Apparently, somebody in South Haven left nearly a dozen puppies outside locked in a cage to die, but we’re luckily discovered by the Al-Van Humane Society, according to a post they made on their Facebook page.
A crate of 11 puppies was found behind the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, on Bluestar Highway in South Haven this morning. 6 of the puppies were taken to Rover's Retreat, 5 are here at Al-Van. If you recognize these puppies, please message us or call us at (269) 639-2242. These puppies will be on stray hold thru 7/31, after that they will need of foster homes! If you are interested in fostering, please fill out our application. It can be found at al-van.org/foster. These puppies are NOT available for adoption at this time.
What Is Wrong With People?
This isn’t the first time somebody has done something. Ridiculous like this after back in 2020 somebody left a pup in Kalamazoo locked in a cage in the street. Why anybody would think of doing this, especially in Kalamazoo, I have no idea. It’s just plain sad. Hopefully, these puppies get good homes with loving owners.
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