FREE Puppies, Newberry County South Carolina
Wow, look at me 2 posts in one day! But this isn’t about me. This is about something greater.
Just look at these cute little babies! And how ’bout that one on the right with her little pink tongue? I just want to roll around with her.
Doesn’t that face just break your heart? (Doesn’t that food make you want to fast for a week?)
These little guys need a home. And maybe you’re just the person to give one a home. Pets not allowed? Allergic? Hate the sound of barking? You can still email this post around to your friends, and share the link on your facebook. You never know who you know who doesn’t know he/she wants a puppy until they get this. Right? Just do it. Because I’m telling you to. Because it’s a good thing to do. Pretty please?
This is the “listing” for their adoption: ”These puppies of unknown genetic descent are being offered as pedigree South Carolina Junk Yard Puppies. The puppies come with papers, a SC DMC bill of sale. No title (father unknown), very low mileage, near new. Choice of colors. All you have to do is catch it. On sale for 0 down and 0 due at signing. Owner needs to guarantee a good home. We have 9 to choose from. Immediate delivery.”
These dogs are located in Newberry County in South Carolina. They have not been seen yet by a vet because they haven’t all been caught. Patience, people. These guys are still timid since they are slowly becoming accustomed to my father who is feeding, photographing and attempting to catch them.
“Adopting” one of these puppies (which you should do) requires that you be able to promise a good, warm and loving home; be able to pick up the dog or organize a humane and practical way of transporting it; and be able to take it to the vet.
Go on… contact me. Send me an email. Ask me about how you can be the mommy or daddy to this little guy.
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