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Heartbroken dog reunited with her puppies after fiend abandons mom, sells babies in Walmart parking lot: report

An abandoned dog named Maia was recently reunited with several puppies after a heartless villain sold them in a Walmart parking lot in Connecticut, police said.

The poor pup was found running around near the intersection of Spindle Hill Road and Mad River Road in Wolcott, CT on Tuesday night. According to the Facebook post At a local kennel.

The nursing mother was distraught by the heartbreaking loss, which took a toll on her. According to Eyewitness News 3.

Mia with several recently recovered puppies. Facebook/Wolcott Dog Pound
Maia was found running near an intersection in Wolcott, Connecticut. Facebook/Wolcott Dog Pound

“It messes with her mind,” Wolcott Animal Control Officer Roslyn Nenninger told the network. “We’re going to address the dog’s physical and mental issues.”

Local police say the person who released the lonely dog ​​sold the puppy a few miles away in a Walmart parking lot in Waterbury.

Wolcott Police Chief Edward Stevens told the network he was appalled by the situation and said the person would likely be charged with animal cruelty and abandonment.

“It’s terrible, something terrible, and it should never have happened,” he said.

But there’s some good news too. Authorities eventually retrieved his four of her seven puppies, and Maia’s intense fears appear to have been allayed.

The puppy was eight days old when someone sold it in a Walmart parking lot. Facebook/Wolcott Dog Pound
Three of the puppies were found last week and the other was rescued on Saturday. Facebook/Wolcott Dog Pound

“She loves them, cleans them, does motherly things. She doesn’t whine, cry or howl anymore,” Nenninger said.

Two of the puppies were returned by the man who purchased them. The same man helped find the other man and told police about it, the network said.

“The man said it was one of the hardest things he did, but it was the right thing to do,” the police chief said, adding that the man loved the dog and had no malicious intent.

A flyer issued by authorities in Connecticut asks anyone with information to call police. Facebook/Wolcott Dog Pound

Stevens added that the other dogs may be in Massachusetts.

“We are still investigating,” he told the network.

The network said an animal advocacy group called Desmond’s Army has offered more than $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of those responsible.

Wolcott Kennels said it will not ask any questions of anyone who successfully returns the puppy to its mother. According to NBC Connecticut.

The little cubs were reportedly just eight days old when they were separated from their mother.

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