Dakota Pipeline Protesters Leave Behind Trash and Abandoned Puppies

"Furry Friends"

Leftist protestors upset over the Dakota Access Pipeline left not only mountains of trash when the festivities concluded, but also innocent puppies. 

According to MyNDNow, an estimated 20 dogs were left at the site afflicted with various ailments. 

"The group Furry Friends Rockin Rescue, a local animal rescue in Bismarck, North Dakota, found and rescued two abandoned dogs and six puppies at the camp site," reports the Free Beacon.

The protestors also set fire to parts of their camp, severely burning a boy and a 17 year-old-girl before authorities eventually forced them off the premises. 

The dogs are currently being cared for by the organization Furry Friends, whose founder Julie Shirado said the dogs came with wounds like frostbite and potential hypothermia. 

“We don’t know if they have parvo distemper from what they might be eating or feeding. If they don’t get fed properly,” she said. “It’s a mess down there, so it’s really, really hard to find these animals and get them. If they stay with us, we help them find their fur-ever home.”

Just further evidence that radical activists don't care any more about animals or the environment than they care about anything else -- except political power.

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