Last of Nine finds a home

Michael TraillNarrogin Observer
Ned was the last of the puppies to be adopted out.
Camera IconNed was the last of the puppies to be adopted out.

The last of the Narrogin Nine puppies that were found dumped by Narrogin Creek in July has found his forever home.

Ned was the last of the Narrogin Nine pups to be adopted out by the RSPCA, finding his way to a Perth home on November 24.

Some of the puppies after they were found.
Camera IconSome of the puppies after they were found. Credit: RSPCA

RSPCA’s Maree Daniels said the organisation was pleased with the outcome.

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“After a rough start to life, being dumped and abandoned, eight of the 10 puppies pulled through,” she said.

“That was thanks to the special attention and care they received both in Narrogin, and later with a foster carer who looked after them around-the-clock.

“Sadly one of the puppies died the day they were found and another died just a few weeks later, but the others wonderfully have all since found new, loving families.

“Thanks to generous donations received from the public, these puppies were given the second chance in life they so deserved.”

One puppy was found dead with its siblings when found by a community member at Narrogin Creek in July and another died a few weeks later.

The puppies were originally found with their umbilical cords still attached inside a cardboard box. Those responsible for dumping the puppies were not found by the RSPCA.

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