Homeless Man Rescues Seven Puppies Left in Dumpster
UPDATE: One of the seven newborn puppies abandoned in a hot dumpster in Coachella has died Wednesday.
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The unidentified good Samaritan was reportedly digging through the trash at a NAPA Auto Parts store in Coachella, California when discovered the puppies.
Jazzy Espino, 23, who works at the store gave credit to the unknown man saying ‘If it wasn’t for the homeless guy digging through the trash minutes later, they wouldn’t have been found,’ she said ‘the puppies were really wet and sweating because they were so hot. They were crying and biting on our fingers because they were just so hungry.
Surveillance footage released by the Riverside County Animal Services showed the woman stepping out of a white Jeep, peering into a dumpster used for recyclables, then dropping the bag filled with the puppies inside.
Deborah Culwell, the sorry scum who dumped the puppies was arrested Monday. Culwell, 54, is facing up to seven counts of felony animal cruelty, officials said. Authorities also removed 38 other dogs from her property and taken to a Thousand Oaks Animal Shelter.
The puppies will eventually be placed for adoption.