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Six Puppies Rescued from a Drain Pipe

This is a story of neglect and new beginnings and at the center of it, six puppies, stuck in a drain pipe in Louisiana.
This is a story of neglect and new beginnings and at the center of it, six puppies, stuck in a drain pipe in Louisiana. They were left for dead, but now, two have a forever home and the other four are well on their way, with a new chance at life in Central Pa.

There was quite the special delivery at the Bedford County Airport Saturday afternoon, five Labrador puppies who were supposed to be put down on Friday.

They were living in a drainage pipe and a couple found them and it took them a couple days to round them up.

The Bedford County Humane Society heard about the puppies’ situation through social media and decided to take action.

Initially there were six, but the family that found them kept one.
Unable to care for the other five they were forced to surrender the rest to a shelter that had no room for them so they would be forced to put them down. Fortunately the Bedford County Humane Society had an answer, more than one thousand miles away.

However, getting them here wasn't easy. The group hit a snag, initially unable to find a way to transport the dogs north, but that's where Jeff Luizza comes in.

He’s been doing this for years, he’s a dog lover and says there's a need for it.

Luizza transports animals several times a week, and he says it was impossible to say no when he heard about these pups.

Now that the pups are in Central Pa the focus is finding them a permanent home, but it shouldn't take long considering one of them has already found its forever home, the family named him Leo.

We would like to wish little Leo and his forever family a lifetime of happiness together.
There are now only four puppies left so don't hesitate if you're interested in bringing one of these little guys home because it looks like they are going quickly.
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