That is what workers found when they arrived at the Humane Society of Angelina County Friday morning. They said there is a big problem with unwanted litters.
They want to remind people their door is always open to help neglected animals.
"We just want people to know that they're welcome here. They're welcome to call. I understand that puppies can be a handful as Cotton has proven himself, but don't act cruelly to them," said the Director of the Humane Society of Angelina County Lacy Bland.
Cotton is the name of the injured puppy found on the doorstep.
The Humane Society reminds pet owners to get their animals spayed or neutered.
They offer a discount to families that make less than $30,000 a year.
If you want to help out the Humane Society you can donate cat and dog food, kitty litter, paper towels, or you can volunteer your time. If you are not sixteen, you do have to come with a parent.
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