Eight puppies that were saved from a house in Clifton all have futures with lots of cuddles and kisses. The Mesa County Sheriff's Office is happy to announce that all eight puppies have been adopted.

When the Mesa County Sherriff's Office saved these eight puppies, they were found with no food, no water, and no shelter. The puppies were found outside in a metal kennel with no floor - just mud, urine, and feces.

The owner no longer had the means or room to care for them. He ran out of food for them and thankfully, deputies from the Mesa County Sherrif' Office saved them.

It seems like the eight puppies keep getting lucky because after being at Mesa County Animal Services until they were old enough -- they've all been adopted. All eight puppies now have furever homes and are ready for the toys, cuddles, and kisses.

It's nice to see people care for our Mesa county animals. Even though the puppies had a rough start, their lives are only going to get better and better.

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