[Animal News]There are more than 40 dogs on a certain hilltop due to the completion of the construction site at the end of May, and there will be no water or food. The volunteers decided to launch a large-scale rescue operation after receiving help from the dog feeding sister who was working on the site. The most urgent need now is enough The temporary care of the family, so that these dogs do not have to starve in the mountains. Volunteer Ms. Zhu said that she will give priority to rescue more than 10 dogs B on the mountain, and will start the sterilization operation as soon as possible, because 10 female dogs are visually pregnant, and there will be more dogs to be rescued.
Ms. Zhu told this newspaper that she received a request for help from a dog-feeding sister who worked on the site a few days ago. She pointed out that there were more than 40 dogs on the hills near the site, including more than 10 dogs B and many pregnant dog girls. The food is provided by the dog feeding sister, but the dogs are getting more and more, and the food is not enough, and the site will be completed by the end of May, and the dogs will have no water and food at that time, and the situation is urgent.
The volunteers will start the sterilization operation on Sunday, and strive to start the rescue operation before the site is completed at the end of May, and will give priority to rescuing dog B, so that dog B will not die on the mountain. However, there are too many dogs on the mountain, plus there are 10 pregnant dog girls, so the first thing to do is to find a large number of temporary shelters that can provide a temporary shelter for these dogs.
Providing temporary care is an important part of the success of animal rescue work. If you can help temporarily take care of these dogs, please contact the volunteer Ms. Zhu through the phone number listed in the relevant report on the Facebook page of this newspaper.
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