People love puppies, and most people cannot stand the idea of anyone mistreating, neglecting, abusing or otherwise harming pups. In most places, there is an overpopulation of dogs and puppies. People do not get their dogs spayed or neutered, and the number of dogs gets out of hand.
One woman’s dog had puppies. The woman didn’t want the three-day-old puppies, so she packed them into a plastic grocery bag.
She drove to a nearby dumpster on private property and chucked the bag of puppies into the dumpster.
She sneaked off, hoping nobody would know what she did.
A Homeless Man Finds the Evidence
He captured the attention of two passersby. The passersby gave him a hand, and they all got the puppies out of the dumpster.
The people got the puppies to a veterinarian and to an animal shelter. The puppies are currently being cared for in a dog foster home.
The police were also notified of the situation. It turns out that the property had a video camera aimed at the dumpster.
Police went to her home and arrested her. She is currently in jail.
The police were dismayed at Deborah Sue Culwell’s actions. They found what she did to be reprehensible and, frankly, disgusting. They noted that on the day that she dumped the puppies, it was 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The abandoned puppies could have easily died of heat stroke or suffocation in the dumpster.
The police lauded the actions of the homeless man and the Good Samaritans who assisted in the rescue of the puppies.
You can watch the footage of her getting arrested in the video below:
Exclusive video: Woman caught on camera allegedly dumping puppies into Coachella dumpster in 90-degree weather arrested on animal abuse charges. @TonyNBCLA reports: https://t.co/OgHQ1QdONB pic.twitter.com/Gz163639dC
— NBC Los Angeles (@NBCLA) April 23, 2019
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