Hairless Puppies Dumped Outside Shelter In Milk Crate In The Middle Of The Night

Staff members at Iberville Parish Animal Shelter arrived one cold, misty morning to find three hairless puppies shivering in a milk crate in an outdoor pen.

The 10-week-old puppies were cold, afraid, and in need of medical attention.

They were abandoned by their owner in the middle of the night with no food, water, or blanket and found huddling together to stay warm.

The sweet pups were brought inside the shelter and given warm medicated baths and something to eat. It was clear the neglected puppies were suffering from a severe skin infection.

Staff decided to name them Lucky, Clover, and Patty. Their luck is starting to improve – as is their health, but it will be a long road to recovery.

Animal shelters across the country are overcrowded and in need of adopters, fosters, and donations.

Sadly, animals in need of emergency medical care arrive daily at shelters. Shelters do their best to feed and care for the animals, but simply don’t have enough funds.

That’s where Greater Good Charities’ Emergency Animal Care Fund comes to the rescue. Thanks to generous people like you, they are able to cover the emergency medical costs of suffering animals.

You can ensure the puppies receive all the care they need to make a full recovery by donating now!

100% of your donation will go to Greater Good Charities’ Emergency Animal Care Fund and be used to save pets like Lucky, Patty, and Clover.

The three puppies were recently flown out of Louisiana and to New Jersey to continue their treatment and eventually find forever homes.

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