Eight adorable, motherless puppies were seized in an FBI raid along with illegal drugs and firearms from less-than-ideal living conditions and brought to the Humane Society of Indianapolis”>Humane Society of Indianapolis just a few hours ago. You can help us give them the good lives they deserve. Watch their video below.
Though they may have had a rough start for such young creatures, these puppies are not unique. Every week, we receive litters of unwanted puppies and kittens, sometimes motherless, sometimes dropped off in our front yard, and all in need of extra care. Some need to be bottle fed every few hours. Some require special medications to prevent illness. All require love.
The truth is that we couldn’t save the lives of animals like these and others without our dedicated foster families, passionate volunteers, and your generous support. Whether you donate online or give items from our Wish List, you can rest assured knowing that you’re helping an Indy-based, independent organization care for animals in need and provide them the good lives they likely would not have otherwise had.
After arriving at the Humane Society of Indianapolis from Indianapolis Animal Care and Control, the puppies received food, physical examinations and care, and microchips before being placed with foster families, where they’ll receive TLC until they can be spayed or neutered and placed for adoption in the shelter. We thank IACC for working with the FBI to safely pull these puppies safely from the house.
The puppies won’t be available for adoption for at least several weeks. If you’re interested in adopting a puppy or adult dog, you can see them all here – there are plenty of one-of-a-kind furry friends to choose from!
If you adopt this Friday, Saturday, or Sunday, January 22-24, you’ll receive 18% off the regular adoption fee of any cat or dog, or any retail items purchased, if you’re wearing blue or team gear as a show of support for our Indianapolis Colts and Peyton Manning, #18!
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