On Camera: Woman Dumps Bag Of Puppies Next To Dumpster, Arrested

Posted April 24, 2019

The young dogs - which would still fit snugly in the palm of a human hand - survived, thanks to a passerby who found them.

Disturbing images show the petrified looking dogs hiding under broken furniture.

Sufferers of a hoarding disorder may impose severe neglect on animals by housing far more than they are able to adequately take care of.

She faces seven counts of felony animal cruelty.

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Following a social media backlash, The Riverside County Animal Services caught up with the cruel woman and made the arrest.

The woman, whose name has not been released, was seen pulling up behind the store in a Jeep and got out carrying a plastic bag.

While at her house, authorities also discovered approximately 30 dogs inside, which were all taken into custody and are now being cared for at a shelter.

John Welsh, the public information officer for Animal Services told Buzzfeed News: 'We were uncertain who would care for the dogs after she was arrested, so we were forced to impound all 38'.

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"Shortly afterward, a passerby, named John, rummaged through the trash and noticed the bag and brought it into the Napa store".

Animal services officials said they believe the pups might not have survived the day's 90-degree heat if they hadn't been found within an hour of being dumped. "His actions were humane and heroic".

It is not known whether they were kept for breeding - nor why the seven puppies were destined for the skip. The head of animal services, Chris Mayer, said he has already talked with the District Attorney's Office about building a case.

"There is no excuse for dumping puppies", said Mayer in a press release. "This was a shameful act".

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USA Today reports that an employee was informed by a pedestrian who saw the questionable act and the Riverside County Department of Animal Services were called to the scene. "There's clearly not a level of intelligence that's going to be used if you're going to toss animals". The rescued dog are now not available for adoption because they are considered "confiscated animals".