A dog walked three kilometers per day to find nourishment for her 10 puppies. She has now been rescued, and her puppies will be adopted soon.
Locals in Fowler, Fresno, California, noticed a mother dog that had just given birth going 2 miles per day to get food for her puppies. This is how Krystle Woodward,
the founder of the animal rescue group Pinky Paws ResQ, learned that the dog had been observed roaming the area looking for food for her offspring. pups.
Krystle had heard about the dog about two months before, but no one had been able to capture her, and it wasn’t until last Thursday that she was able to change the life of Betty Boop and her 10 puppies.
“I surprised Betty Boop during my break at work,” Krystle posted on the foundation’s Facebook page. She fled when I found her down.
My husband ran with the van to grab her and save Betty Boop during my lunch hour on Thursday.”
A dog who had recently given birth went 3 kilometers per day to obtain nourishment for her puppies.
“In the previous three to four weeks, over 30 people have witnessed her foraging for food on the outskirts of town for miles to feed her young.”
“Then, after work, I went to the vet till late at night.” I had to be certain she wasn’t infected. I cried all night when the doctor told me she was breastfeeding. I was thinking about all those puppies starving to death.
On Friday, Betty Boop attempted to flee by running outdoors and climbing the fence. The dog was doing everything in her power to return to her children. Krystle’s search for Betty Boop’s children has begun.
According to YourCentralValley, the puppies were discovered in the basement of an abandoned property.
Kenneth Stoen, an elementary school student, was summoned by Krystle’s friend’s son to help with the puppy rescue from the basement.
The ten puppies, who are all healthy, are named Amber, Citrine, Copper, Jade, Jasper, Onyx, Opal, Pearl, Rubyloo, and Sage.
“She just trusted me to show me where her babies were, and that just pierced my heart; that’s why I adore them.”