Brian Peck


Those rescued French Bulldog puppies from O’Hare will be placed in foster homes to be put up for adoption

It was very sad news when it became known that 20 dogs including 15 French Bulldog puppies were left in an O’Hare Airport warehouse due to fraudulent paperwork.  The pups were neglected: kept in cages for days in their own waste.  The dogs faced deportation back to those who put them in the situation in the first place.  Then, once the Bulldogs were taken out of the cargo facility they were found in, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) actually wanted to RETURN them there and place them under the care of Royal Jordanian Air!  A lot of good they did for those dogs the first time; what were you thinking, CDC??

Fortunately, there is a happy ending to this story.  Thanks to Chicago French Bulldog Rescue the pups are currently in quarantine at PAWS Chicago until October 22nd.  They will then be put into foster care.  After some time, the 15 puppies will be up for adoption.

NBC 5 Chicago