Cries were heard coming from the tall grass by the side of a busy country road by a Good Samaritan. He recognized the sounds as distress calls and immediately contacted the rescue organization Howl Of A Dog for assistance. Within seconds, the rescuers agreed to lend a helping hand and arrived on the scene.
The rescuers mistook a wild animal or a homeless dog or cat, giving birth in the middle of the field for a litter of newborn animals. However, when they arrived at the rescue site, they were not expecting the situation to be worse than they had anticipated. Yes, they discovered newborn puppies, but they did not come from a stray mama dog.
The poor babies were crammed into a white burlap sack that had been abandoned in the middle of nowhere. They were suffocating inside the bag and struggling to breathe. Whoever left them there most likely intended to perish.
The rescuers rushed to the scene and began checking on the children. They were relieved that all of the puppies were still alive, but they knew they needed to get them medical attention right away. So they scoured the surrounding area before leaving, and not far from where they started, they discovered two more puppies stuck in the grass.
The vets try the imposible to save the puppies, but four of the seven puppies died. Then, shortly after their rescue, their condition deteriorated, and one by one, they died.
The remaining three puppies, on the other hand, made remarkable recoveries. Bernie, Lizzie, and Taz fought valiantly and triumphed. They thrived in the care of their rescuers and made even more progress after meeting Theia, another rescue dog who assisted in fostering and socializing them.
The siblings began to grow larger, healthier, and happier as the days passed. They were soon ready to return to their respective homes.
Credits to Howl of A Dog