A suitcase moving along the side of a North Carolina freeway turned out to be full of puppies. Guilford County Animal Services (GCAS) confirms the four female puppies were stuffed into a suitcase and found by a Good Samaritan, who rescued the puppies after noticing the suitcase moving by the side of the road.
The four frightened puppies were left in a blue suitcase in the heat beside a Guilford County road. According to GCAS, the suitcase was almost entirely zipped. There was only a small gap, possibly caused by the pups trying to get out, letting the air in.
The finder immediately brought the animals to GCAS on Saturday. Thanks to the quick and heroic efforts of the Good Samaritan, all of the female puppies are doing well and have been put up for adoption. The shelter has given them carefully chosen names – Tumi, Samsonite, Stowaway and Carion (carry-on). Caretakers at the shelter warn that the dogs will need “a lot of human interaction, affection and patience.”
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