Police Deliver Serious Justice To Heartless Woman Caught Binning 7 Puppies In Trash And Keeping Puppy Horror Show At Home

Police Deliver Serious Justice To Heartless Woman Caught Binning 7 Puppies In Trash And Keeping Puppy Horror Show At Home

Police Deliver Serious Justice To Heartless Woman Caught Binning 7 Puppies In Trash And Keeping Puppy Horror Show At Home

    Deborah Sue Culwell has been arrested on suspicion of binning a bag filled with 7 puppies into a bin in Coachella, California during 90°F heat! However, when police went to her home to arrest her, they found even more dogs in need of rescuing.

    (Source: Riverside County Department Of Animal Services)

    Video surveillance shows Culwell, 54, getting out of her jeep, heading over to the bins and hurling the small, white, tightly-tied plastic bag filled with 7 puppies in amongst the trash.

    (Source: Riverside County Department Of Animal Services)

    Culwell initially opens the smaller trash container, but then in a heartbreakingly casual manner, opts to throw the puppies into the already full dumpster instead.

    Thankfully however, a passerby happened to find the bag whilst looking through the trash and left the bag outside the store where the puppies would be found, they were and an employee of the store contacted animal services. According to officials, had the dogs not been found in such a short amount of time, they would not have survived in that heat.

    (Source: Riverside County Department Of Animal Services)

    The 7 terrier puppies are said to be doing fine; however, the horror story didn’t end there, as when authorities tracked down Culwell, they found another 38 dogs suffering traumatic conditions in her home.

    The photos are gut-wrenching to look at.

    (Source: NBC Los Angeles)

    Talking to Buzzfeed News, the public informations officer for Animal Services made this statement:

    “We were uncertain who would care for the dogs after she was arrested, so we were forced to impound all 38 […] the house was overrun with other dogs, [and it] was in a state of despair.”

    (Source: NBC Los Angeles)

    The dogs have all thankfully been removed for the home and are being looked after in a rescue shelter; however, reports say that the animals are not yet able to be put up for adoption as they are still considered ‘confiscated animals’.

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