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Tulsa Cops Rescue, Adopt ‘Abandoned Christmas Puppies’ Found Zipped In Duffle Bag

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Tulsa Cops Rescue, Adopt ‘Abandoned Christmas Puppies’ Found Zipped In Duffle Bag

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A horrific Christmas find turned into five new furry homes for a litter of puppies left in an abandoned gym bag during a QuikTrip in Oklahoma on Saturday, authorities said.

Someone reportedly closed the puppies and threw the bag on the store counter on Christmas Day, the Tulsa Police Department said in a statement.

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So four officers from the Mingo Valley division and a store employee rescued and adopted the five of them.

“Overwhelmed by Christmas feelings, 4 of the officers immediately adopted 4 of the puppies and the 5th returned home with the [QuikTrip] employee, ”the ministry wrote on Facebook.

City animal control officers said officers chose to adopt the animals directly and did not go through their office.

Photos show the four agents posing with their new puppies outside the store. We didn’t immediately know how young they were.

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“If you are looking for a pet, adopt please do not shop,” Tulsa police urged in a statement Sunday. “There are a lot of rescues and shelters that are overcapacity for abandoned animals.”

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