One of the Seven Abandoned Puppies Found in Dumpster Dies

puppies rescuedOne of the seven newborn puppies abandoned in a hot dumpster in Coachella has died Wednesday.

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The puppies were rescued by a good Samaritan who spotted the bag.  The pups were then placed in foster care, where the volunteer has been bottle-feeding them.

According to the volunteer caring for the litter said the puppy that died, the runt of the litter.

The volunteer issued a statement via Facebook saying that her “heart is so broken.”

“He was just so weak and held on for as long as he could when i got him he was pale and kind of flat looking, so i think he was the cushion that saved his siblings. as the lady threw them in the bag, i think he was at the bottom and took the hit when all of his siblings landed on him. i gave it everything i had in me, but he never grew. he never recovered. i wanted so much for him to make it and we all were rooting for him. we gave him so much love, but i guess god had other plans *fly free my baby* the other 6 are doing good so far, i hope that they’ll hold on and keep thriving.”

Homeless Man Rescues Seven Puppies Left in Dumpster

Related Facts

  • Deborah Sue Culwell, 54, was arrested Monday and charged with seven felony counts of animal cruelty in the incident. Her bail was set at $10,000.
  • Culwell was released from custody Tuesday and is scheduled to appear in court on June 18 at the Indio Larson Justice Center.
  • She was arrested at her Coachella home after investigators used the surveillance footage to identify her by her license plate.
  • Authorities found 38 other dogs at Culwell’s home and impounded them.