PHOENIX - A dog and her puppies were rescued by the Phoenix Fire Department from an apartment closet in Phoenix and brought to the Animal Benefits Club of Arizona in extremely poor condition.
Autumn was starving but still managed to feed her babies who were only a few days old when they were rescued.
The rescue club is asking for the public's help to raise funds for Autumn's medical care and to spay and neuter her six babies.
If you'd like to donate, you can go the the ABC website .
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