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The RSPCA Rescued Twenty Puppies in Fryerning, Essex.

RSPCA Rescued twenty puppies
The puppies are between six and eight weeks old. Credit: RSPCA

RSPCA rescued twenty puppies. After being found abandoned in a cage in a lay-by in Fryerning, Essex, at around 15:00 BST on 29 July, a public member called the RSPCA rushed them to a vet.

Inspector Sian Ridley from the charity said it was “heartbreaking to see them all huddled together in one cage – they looked like a pitiful sight”.

The RSPCA said that one puppy did not make it, but the other 19 are exemplary and with their foster carers. The surviving puppies were small, each weighing less than a kilo.

There were 14 males and five females from two or possibly more separate litters.

Rescued puppies, vets are still not sure which breed they are

The charity and the vets are not yet sure what breed they are, but it is thought that the slightly larger puppies are probably Cockapoos or Poodles, and the smaller ones are thought to be Jackapoos.

After being called to the pitch, Mrs Ridley said: “I could not believe that someone had abandoned 20 puppies”.

He said the charity did not yet know where they came from and that it might have been a puppy farm, but the animals were ‘friendly, clean and had no fleas’.

“It is also unusual that such a large number of pups are male, and I wonder if this was Twohey was abandoned because they would not be useful for breeding or are more difficult to sell,” he said.

We were worried that they might have parvo and that this was why we had abandoned them, but this is not the case, and apart from a few worms, they all look pretty healthy.

I am curious to hear from someone who might know who is responsible for abandoning these puppies irresponsibly.

“They were so young and vulnerable; it’s likely that someone just came to the lay-by, got them out of the car and then left them”.

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The puppies had been crammed into a cage and abandoned. Credit: RSPCA

The cubs are believed to be between six and eight weeks old. They have been named alphabetically: Albert, Boris, Casper, Dylon, Elenor, Freddie, Guinevere, Hank, Irene, Jeremiah, Kaleb, Luna, Morris, Nevel, Oliver, Peter, Quinton, Rupert and Saffron.

Many were adopted by volunteers who cared for them, and the RSPCA asked people not to contact them for rehoming as the puppies were not ready and still needed professional care.

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