The B.C. SPCA is trying to find the person who abandoned a mother pet dog and pups in a sealed box at the Puntzi Lake garbage dump.
According to the SPCA, the dogs were discovered on June 5 by a Do-gooder.
They were taken to a local veterinary clinic where they stayed overnight prior to being moved to the
SPCA’s Quesnel and District workplace.
The organization stated the mother pet dog, Casey,
is believed to be about a year old and a border collie-husky mix.
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Her five male and 4 female puppies have to do with a week old, it added.
” There is no excuse for simply ignoring a pet and leaving them to pass away,”
SPCA representative Lorie Chortyk said in a media release.
” Deserting animals is against the law and people can be prosecuted for their criminal activity.”
The SPCA states the pups will be available for adoption once they are 7 weeks old,
which is old enough for them to leave their mom.
In the meantime, the company is asking for donations of puppy pads, teething toys, sheets,
and small collars to assist take care of the animals.
Anyone with information about the origin of the pets is asked to call the B.C. SPCA hotline at 1-855-662-7722.