Young men praised for saving puppies abandoned on Santa Clara road
The Santa Clara Fire Department commended two young individuals for their assistance in rescuing six abandoned puppies discovered in a sealed plastic container on the roadside. The men located the puppies on Sunday night near Scott Lane Elementary School, and despite attempting to deliver them to various veterinary offices, all were found to be closed.
Consequently, the duo chose to bring the puppies to fire station No. 2. The station’s crew contacted the Silicon Valley Animal Control Authority, which promptly dispatched personnel to collect and attend to the well-being of the puppies.
“Thank you to these young folks for helping!” the fire department said in a post on Facebook. “The temperature had dropped significantly with the sunset, and we are certain that their decision to act and find help created a positive outcome for the pups!”