Animal charity in southern Spain launch desperate appeal after box of puppies dumped

DUMPED: This is how the puppies were found. © P.A.D/Facebook

AN ANIMAL CHARITY has launched an appeal after a box full of puppies was dumped on their doorstep in southern Spain.

Seven were left in the middle of the lane just outside P.A.D’s shelter, which is close to a main road that they could have easily wondered onto.

In a Facebook post calling for help, P.A.D said the puppies, believed to be just seven-weeks-old, are in danger of catching lethal viruses and need to be vaccinated urgently.

The president of P.A.D Lisa Emeny spoke to the RTN and voiced her disbelief upon finding out they had been dumped outside the shelter’s door.

“I was lost for words, how can they sleep at night after dumping these babies in a box and walking away?

“I cannot stress the importance of neutering your dogs. All of this can so easily be avoided,” Lisa said.

If you would like to help P.A.D by making a donation their bank account you can find the details below. The shelter is on the Cerros del Aguila road just behind the Veterinario RoyalVet in Mijas, Malaga.

P.A.D’s Facebook page can also be found here if you would like to get in touch with them.

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