Alpes-de-Haute-Provence: 7 dogs saved

The 30 Million Friends Foundation carried out three rescues in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department at the end of July 2022.

The first rescue took place in the town of Brusquet. The association’s volunteers picked up Tea, a four-month-old dog. His owner had been the subject of several reports for acts of abuse. The animal showed no visible injuries, but its owner agreed to hand it over to the Foundation.

Source: DR

In Vallongue, five dogs were recovered. The association saved four puppies, locked in a cellar, in very precarious conditions, without water or food. A dog was found wandering the streets of the town.

Finally, the 30 Million Friends Foundation took care of Sultan à Aiglun, a two-year-old dog whose master has just returned to a psychiatric hospital. None of his relatives wanted to take care of the animal. Sultan was placed in a foster family, who eventually adopted him.

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