The anonymous kind person who saw a nose sticking out of a sealed box on a Fort Worth freeway is responsible for the safety of eight puppies.
Puppies Were Sent To Main Facilities
Near 1187 and I-35, the Humane Society of North Texas said that a good samaritan saw someone place a plastic box by the side of the road, covered with tape and secured. “When he saw the plastic container had a crack in it and a puppy’s nose was poking through!” the organization claimed.
The eight puppies were sent to the HSNT main facility located off Lancaster Ave. in Fort Worth by the good samaritan.
Did The Right Thing
“Our medical team evaluated and cared for all eight puppies as soon as they arrived,” stated Cassie Davidson, HSNT’s public relations manager. “All the puppies have survived, and our team is closely monitoring their well-being and moved them to a quiet location for continued observation.”
The unnamed good samaritan asked not to be named. According to Davidson, “they merely did what they believed was necessary—the right thing.”
Davidson released a statement that read, “Eight helpless puppies confined in a locked and taped box, thrown out of a vehicle, and left for dead.” “It serves as a stark reminder of the distressing realities in our world.”