On Tuesday, 12 beagle puppies were reportedly found in two separate locations just north of Toronto, Ontario. Five were found on the side of the road in Adjala-Tosorontio Township and seven were found in Amaranth Township, several hours later.
When the puppies were rescued, they were brought to the Alliston Humane Society. Since being found in the pouring rain, they were brought into the shelter where they've been taken great care of.
Since news broke that the puppies were abandoned, the city of Toronto has banded together by offering to adopt the cute little beagles.
On Wednesday, a Facebook post written by Jane Clark of the Alliston Humane Society explained that they couldn't accept any more adoption applications for the giant litter of puppies that were abandoned on the side of the road. They've gotten so many applications for the beagles that they're overwhelmed!
Jane Clark wrote on Facebook, "We appreciate all the public support; however we cannot take any more adoption applications for these beauties." The Facebook post is flooded with comments applauding the work of the Alliston Humane Society and their fellow citizens for trying to take care of these abandoned puppies!
Here are some of the best comments from the Facebook post!
We're so glad that Toronto has come together to offer their help for these rescued puppies!
If anyone has information about where these abandoned beagle puppies came from, Alliston Human Society is asking that you call 310-SPCA or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If needed, you can give this information anonymously.