Two pit bull puppies that were in a stolen animal rescue van earlier this week have been found. Rescued Pets Are Wonderful (RPAW) says that two male pups were turned into a gas station Wednesday night in Hugo, a northern suburb of St. Paul, where the animal rescue group’s van was stolen Tuesday morning.
A Minnesota dog rescue organization took to social media to say their van had been stolen with five pit bull puppies inside. The group Rescued Pets Are Wonderful said the silver Dodge Caravan was stolen in the Maplewood area Tuesday morning after the dogs were loaded into the vehicle.
After nearly being buried alive at a construction site, nine puppies will hopefully find good homes in Minnesota. Police in Tioga, N. D., confirmed a man tried to bury the nine puppies last Saturday. After someone there became aware of what was going on, they quickly went searching for the puppies and uncovered them.