FRESNO COUNTY, Calif. (KFSN) -- Animal shelter workers rescued two puppies on Friday that had been living in a storm drain off a freeway in Fresno County for two months.
The two cuties were pulled from the drain off Highway 99 and Manning Avenue near Fowler. Workers tried to lure the dogs out with some Spam, but one woman ended up crawling into the drain to get them out. The two pups are both cattle dog shepherd mixes.
The crews pulled out the pups' mom and four of their siblings from the same drain on Tuesday after a trucker spotted them. Rescuers believe the mother gave birth in the drain and the litter made it their home.
All are doing fine and now up for adoption through the Animal Compassion Team.
2 remaining puppies rescued from storm drain near Fowler
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