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It's so sad when puppies are born in places like this... there are so many things that can go wrong, and in this case, something did. The stray mother of the puppies left them one day in search of food, and never returned. For two weeks the puppies were fed by a Good Samaritan, and then we got a call on the Hope For Paws emergency line. Lisa Chiarelli met me at the location, and with help of a few other volunteers, we started the mission. First we secured the area as best as we could - the dense vegetation made it quite challenging. The first two were quite easy, but the remaining three got scared and hid without moving. I had to create a larger entrance so I could crawl in. Lisa Chiarelli and Rachel Kennedy jumped over the fence, and together we were able to pull the puppies one by one. A couple of the puppies screamed because they were never touched by humans, but we were able to calm all of them down quickly.
Later on that day they all got a bath, they saw the doctor, and two days later - HAPPINESS!!! You just have to watch until the end ;-)