More Than 100 Pups Were Rescued From Minnesota House
More than half of the pups that were saved are just puppies, never having a real home!
The Animal Humane Society’s Critical Response Team rescued 104 dogs/puppies from an abandoned property in Lincoln County, Minnesota.
In an interview with KAAL, Michele Quandt, the Director of Camp Companion said “About 5 to 10 dogs were living in each enclosure which was not very big for them. They were living in their own feces.”
Sadly, many of the dogs they rescued are suffering from severe health and behavior issues. At last check, six died from Parvovirus; a highly contagious disease.
According to KAAL TV, Camp Companion is taking things slow with the pups. Giving them a home, and working with them to socialize with other dogs.
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How? With the help of his fans.
He recently started an organization - Wrigley Cares (named after his adopted pup).
He asked fans to donate during his 15 city tour. The animal lovers came through!