Suitcase ‘transferring’ alongside North Carolina freeway results in animal rescue

By: Dolan Reynolds, Jeremy Tanner, nexstar media wire

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Guilford County, NC (WGHP/NEXSTAR) – A Good Samaritan helped rescue 4 deserted puppies Saturday morning, in line with Guilford County Animal Companies (GCAS).

One photograph reveals 4 younger canines, largely black with little white patches stuffed inside a blue suitcase. The piece of baggage, which was dumped on the facet of a highway in Guilford County, was nearly utterly zipped up, aside from a small portion, in line with the shelter.

Animal service personnel stated the one that discovered the puppies was shocked and instantly introduced them to the shelter.

“Shoutout to all the great individuals who take the time to assist animals in want,” GCAS posted on Fb on Saturday.

Stephen Carlson, a spokesman for Guilford County Animal Companies, stated the puppies, all 4 of whom are females, are doing nice.

Nevertheless, the medical group says they’re much much less social and can want adoption houses with skilled caregivers earlier than they are often put up for adoption.

“They are going to want a whole lot of human interplay, affection and persistence,” Carlson instructed Nexstar.

For now, the puppies — Tumi, Samsonite, Stowaway and Carrion (carry-on) — are settling into a brand new surroundings, due to a Good Samaritan’s determination to look at an deserted suitcase.

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