A few weeks old puppy found beaten, burned in California dumpster

On April 18, a woman was caught on surveillance allegedly tossing a bag of seven puppies into a dumpster in Coachella, California.

Now there is more sad news from the same area.

A little puppy is being treated in intensive care after she was found in a Coachella, California.

The dog was found in a dumpster in a plastic bag with her tail cut off and part of her skin burned off, 6abc reports.




In this latest incident, someone rummaging through trash heard the puppy crying.

After a closer look, the person found the puppy in a plastic bag with serious injuries.

The Animal Hope & Wellness Foundation

A owner of a local jewelry store brought the puppy to emergency care.

According to Animal rescue officials, the puppy is only a few weeks old. The puppy, later named Hope, had some of her tail cut off and cannot walk after she was beaten.

The Animal Hope & Wellness Foundation

Sadly, she was also burned with a caustic substance or a metal object like an iron.

There is now a $10,000 reward for information leading to the person responsible for injuring and abandoning Hope. Also, a GoFundMe page has been established to help with Hope’s medical treatment.


In that earlier, unrelated Coachella case, one of the puppies later died and the others have since been recovering.

Authorities arrested Deborah Culwell and charged her with animal cruelty. They also rescued 38 other dogs from her home.

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I hope we can do everything we can to hold whoever did this accountable, but will need the public’s help!

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