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Guys at a Bachelor Party End Up Adopting Stray Puppies they Found in the Woods

And the liquor money was spent on taking care of them. Cool guys!

Guys at a Bachelor Party End Up Adopting Stray Puppies they Found in the Woods

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The funds intended to be spent on beer were instead used to clean and care for dirty, flea-ridden puppies.




A few days ago, Mitchel Cradock and a few of his friends were celebrating a bachelor party at a cabin in the woods somewhere in Tennessee. While they were beginning their preparations for the party that would soon follow, a hungry dog showed up on their front porch. The poor dog, which they named Annie, was malnourished, riddled with fleas and was most likely drawn by the smell of crackling bacon.

The guys were able to discern that Annie recently gave birth to some puppies, and had great difficulty creating milk to feed her pups. So, the guys followed her into the woods until they came across her litter of seven.

As reported by Love Meow, these seven puppies were covered in dirt, filled with fleas, and were hiding in a hole in the ground. They then decided to make their weekend about these dogs. They used their liquor money for supplies. Since they were 8 men and there were 8 dogs, each member decided to adopt one.

Fortunately, Annie gets to see her puppies – named Knox, Bear, Daisy, Gunner, Brimmy, Finn, and Rose – often, as all of the men live within a five-mile radius of each other.

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Fortunately, the men followed the malnourished dog to find her puppies. And they brought it back
Fortunately, the men followed the malnourished dog to find her puppies. And they brought it back
Seven in total, the puppies were dirty and covered in fleas
Seven in total, the puppies were dirty and covered in fleas
So the men used the money intended for beer to care for them…
So the men used the money intended for beer to care for them…
And adopted one dog each!
And adopted one dog each!
Annie, the mother, gets to see her pups often as the men live within a 5-mile radius.
Annie, the mother, gets to see her pups often as the men live within a 5-mile radius.