05 Sep Huge Litter of Pitbull Puppies Rescued
Wait … did you say pitbull puppies?
That's right! At Kitten Rescue, we do not want to go back to the time when our pet needs help – even if it's not a kitten.
On Saturday, September 1st at 8pm, we were told that we had a lot of bad luck in the boxing at East Valley Shelter, and that even after extensive outreach, they were unable to find a home or rescue. who was willing to take them in. The puppies were so tiny and new to this world – only one week old – and still needed to be fed bottle. They had no mama, and we knew they did not stand a chance with the help of a rescue. At 11pm, Kitten Rescue's president drove over to the shelter to pick them up. They had not eaten in hours and needed to be fed fed right away!
Thanks to our incredible network of volunteers and volunteers, we are able to circulate the 10 puppies to safe homes, where they will be loved, spoiled, and cared for until they are ready to be adopted, or until they Big enough to eat on their own and a dog-focused rescue will take them in. For now, our Kitten Rescue is working on a diet and helping young people grow up. It's hard to believe that pitbulls start out so small and vulnerable! In addition, these puppies will be raised around the world and adopted by them.
Our goal is to save animals and to stop shelter euthanasia. That's really what it comes down to. We could be called Kitten Rescue, but there were some puppies that needed our help. They were running out of time, and no one was stepping up to save them. So we did.