Animal Rescuers Save Two Chihuahuas Left in Public Bathroom

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Judy Obregon, founder of The Abandoned Ones, says it is very common for the organization to find dogs in need in Echo Park, a Fort Worth, Texas park. For the past two year, The Abandoned Ones have rescued more than 200 dogs and last Saturday they rescued two Chihuahuas abandoned in the park’s public bathroom.

The dogs, a light colored male, and a black, female Chihuahua presumably pregnant, had been abandoned in the bathroom for days.

According to a NBC news report, Obregon found the starving dogs with visible signs of abuse. They were covered in ant bites and the female dog had cuts.

“The black one, she is not doing too good,” said Obregon. “But we will get her there.”

Rescuers are now asking for donations to help these dogs and the many others they rescue every weekend from the same location.

If you would like to help, visit www.taoanimalrescue.com or check The Abandoned Ones on Facebook.