Saint Lucia: HelpAWS welcomes two pups to family
Saint Lucia: HelpAWS welcomes two pups to family
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Castries, Saint Lucia: The animal welfare organisation of Saint Lucia, HelpAWS, shared its everyday experience at the shelter. The organisation also introduced the newly entered pups, who were found at a beach in Saint Lucia.

The post by the organisation mentioned, “Of course, we are stoked to have these little beach babes join us at the shelter after they were found hangin’ on a sandy shore in Saint Lucia. While surfing and hanging out under the sun on the beautiful beaches of St. Lucia might be an amazing experience for humans, it’s not a good place for little pups to try to survive.”

“We picked these littles up today after being contacted by a man who saw them huddled together, desperately trying to stay dry in the midst of heavy rainfall. With heavy rainfall the last few days in Saint Lucia, the puppies were soaked to the bone and exhausted when we got them. They are weary of human contact like 99.9% of the pups when we take in at first, but finally having a dry, soft spot to snuggle into and snooze has made them less scared now,” it further added.

It further outlined that they aren’t super skinny, nor are they in horrible condition considering they were abandoned on the beach, and although we don’t know how they ended up there, we do know that these babies were in danger of being left out on the beach on their own and trying their best to survive.

It also mentioned that this little trio consists of two boys and one girl who will never again have to live in fear or wander aimlessly looking for shelter and food. There are now three fewer pups to join the multitude of homeless and neglected animals on the island and three more pups who will soon be part of a loving home with families that adore them.

“We have taken in a lot of newbies into the shelter the past two weeks, over 40 to be exact, and we have more puppies coming in than being adopted out and donations being at an all-time low; we need your help more than ever to care for them. If you would like to help, please consider donating to donate@helpaws.com using e-transfer, PayPal or Zelle or to @helpaws using Venmo. PLEASE SHARE our posts. The more people who are aware of what we do, the more animals we can save!” it stated while concluding the post.