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Dogs paralyzed by tar who could only move their eyes begged for help

Four puppies nearly died after tripping over tar that had spilled onto a garbage heap. The pups were so covered in the sticky goo and debris that only their eyes could move.

After getting a call, Animal Help Unlimited in India came to her aid, revealing that when the first pup went into the tar and became stuck, she must have wailed so loudly that it alerted the others.

The condition in which the puppies were found was shocking.

His little brothers arrived to check what was going on and got caught in the awful tar as well.

The tar had glued all of the garbage to one puppy, who was coated in plastic trash and stones.

Like the other puppies, she was utterly entrapped. The children were taken aback by their uncertainty, anguish, anxiety, and frustration.

Two of them were so thoroughly smeared that all they could move were their eyes.

Love and patience were stronger than this tragedy.

The rescue was done in stages. First, they discovered two puppies. They were rushed to the shelter, and while knowing the cubs had a mother, they were unable to locate her until the next day.

They went about the meticulous operation of washing the tar off the puppies. The delicate task took hours.

In addition to tar, this pup was covered in plastic waste.

You can see how much care and attention the Animal Help Unlimited volunteers put into removing stones, sand, branches, and other detritus from the puppies’ bodies with their hands. Tar had hardened around his body.

After eliminating the solid waste, they improved the puppies’ hygiene by cleaning them with fat-removing treatments.

Although trace amounts of the harmful chemical remained on the small ones’ fur, the worst was over.

As the first two were finished, two more surfaced in similar or worse circumstances. As previously said, one of them had not only stones and earth clinging to her body, but also plastic garbage.

More than 3 days were necessary to save these kids.

They worked with a litter of four puppies for more than three days. The kids were fatigued and devastated by their situation, but they soon cheered up after the tar was removed.

When mom arrived to join her children, they had been cleansed of the harmful tar and were ready for nourishment and love. What a joy to see these tiny ones back in activity after such a stressful event!

Although there are still some tar stains on their skin, these little ones celebrate life with their mother

This rescue is harrowing, surprising, and has a most wonderful ending. Share it!