Kansas: Dogs found in trash bin ready for adoption
Topeka Two dogs found in a trash bin in Wichita have recovered and are ready to be adopted.
The Wichita Eagle reports the two small dogs were found in the trash Feb. 13. They were thin, dehydrated and cold. It’s unclear how long they were in the trash and how they got there.
Boogie, a small brown mixed breed, and Bitsy, a black-and-tan miniature pinscher, have been putting on weight and are healthy now.
Curt Farrington of K-9 Karma Animal Advocates, a Wichita dog rescue and adoption group, is trying to find homes for the dogs.
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