Two Stray Mama Dogs Rescued While Nursing Their Puppies In Alley
Two female dogs and their litters were discovered in an alleyway in Los Angeles, California, by a kind stranger who transported them to Northwest Dog Project (NDP) after observing that they were making every effort to keep the young puppies safe.
In order to get the canines to Northwest Dog Project in Oregon, the Good Samaritan first took them home.
The 2 mama dogs, who had 9 pups — 7 females and two males, were named Louise and Thelma.
The moms were underweight and famished, which made it clear that they had been left behind before saying farewell. They were doing everything they could to keep the puppies safe, whether they were dumped together or not is unknown.
Fortunately, the mothers did a great job. On the opposite hand, the pups are available for adoption since February 2019, and that we don’t know if all of them get adopted. If you’re interested, you’ll find details on NDP’s website.