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They Left These Abandoned Puppies With Prison Inmates. The Result? I Can’t Believe My Eyes!





If you have a soft spot for dogs, you will definitely love this story.

In January this year, six puppies were abandoned and were left to die in a trash can in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. At the age of one week, the poor puppies are no match against the cold winter. Heartbreaking, right?

But thank heavens, the litter was rescued before they froze to death. Soon, these pups found themselves under the Paroled Pups Program in the South Dakota State Penitentiary. The inmates in the state penitentiary nurtured the pups and provided them with round-the-clock tender loving care.


Photo credit: Little Things

Yep, you heard that right. The inmates take care of the pups. The Paroled Pups Program allows the inmates to take care of abandoned pups for about two months. The pups are then released for adoption. Some may find this information surprising, and may be unbelievable to some extent, given the stigma that has been associated with convicted individuals. However, when you realize how this program has transformed both humans and animals, you will most certainly think otherwise.

Watch the video below:

Seeing the pups go breaks the inmates’ hearts, but they’ll soon receive a new litter to care for.

As for the six adorable puppies, they were adopted within hours! How lovely is that?

What do you think about this program? Share your thoughts in the comment section below and don’t forget to share this amazing story with your friends.

H/T: Little Things

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