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Puppy Found Inside bags Of Dog Food Is Adopted By His Rescuer

A puppy, along with seven of his siblings, was discovered abandoned inside a bag of dog food. When Nicole Olsen and Ella Harper’s kid heard multiple screeches coming from a trash at a truck stop, they went to investigate.

The extraordinary occurrence occurred on November 1 this year, while driving through Murray, Australia, between Wigley Flat and Kingston.

Nicole raised the lid of the container after hearing the groans and saw two 40-pound bags of dog food stacked on top of each other.


The bags were secured with a wire meant to hang clothing, and the pups inside were in desperate need of assistance. Nicole decided to call her family members to assist her in rescuing the puppies while she was coming from a family gathering in Renmark.


The tiny ones appeared to be in poor health. They were infested with parasites and fleas, and it was clear that the goal of their abandonment was to ensure that they would not survive. Nicole’s relatives answered the call, dividing the children into three vehicles and transporting them to Nicole’s house in Gawler.

To keep the two sickest puppies awake, they were covered in towels and stroked the entire trip.


They notified the RSPCA of South Australia when they returned home, and the puppies were removed and taken to a veterinary clinic. Unfortunately, one of the sickest died on the journey, and the other had to be killed owing to his delicate medical condition.

The remaining six puppies, three boys and three females, were all flea-infested, parasite-infested, and dehydrated, and were treated right away.


According to the Daily Mail, the RSPCA’s head inspector said:

“This occurrence represents the pinnacle of animal cruelty. We have no clue how long these puppies had been there because they were discovered by coincidence.”

The inspector went on to say that the individual who did this didn’t want any of the puppies to live since he had left them in such bad shape. The temperature reached 25° C when they were discovered, turning the concrete container into an infernal inferno for the children.


Dogs, unlike humans, cannot sweat and must rely on panting and heat output from their paws and noses to stay warm. As a result, cooling down was very difficult for the small children who were trapped within food sacks and a container.

The positive news started to come in after RSPCA volunteers brought the six surviving puppies back to health.


Nicole and her family chose to adopt Angel, who stands out among the other puppies since he is the only one who is red and full of love.

Nicole had this to say:

“We all had a soft place for Angel because he was the youngest and looked to be struggling a lot.”

Her family had hoped to adopt all of the puppies, but she said that this was not possible, so they chose to adopt at least one.