ARCATA, CA. – A pack of puppies are picked up by Arcata police.
Officers rescued 6 German Shepard puppies, about two months in age, who were living in compromising conditions in an Arcata RV.
Following an animal welfare check, Arcata police took the puppies, and all six were transported to the Sequoia Humane Society, a non-profit, no-kill shelter in Eureka, where they will be up for adoption soon.
Since then the puppies have been named – there’s Fiera, Adisa, Nala, Timber, Tanzer, and Nikos.
“We hope they find good homes, we know they will,” said Sequoia Humane’s Office Manager, Sarah Williams, “And they will be here safe and sound until they do.”
Arcata police and the Sequoia Humane Society remind you to always spay and neuter your dogs and cats, and ask that you ‘adopt, don’t shop.’
To learn more about adopting one of these pups, or one of the many other animals in need of homes at the shelter, you can give Sequoia Humane a call or stop by.