A kayaker found a grain bag containing six puppies floating in a river Sunday in Uxbridge, Mass.

The bag was tied up, and the puppies were dumped in the river and left for dead, police said.

Uxbridge animal control was called to the scene and took the puppies. All of them are expected to be OK and are being taken care of.

The puppies are receiving the necessary care, and will be available for adoption after they have been medically cleared.

Uxbridge Police do not have any suspects yet.

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Earlier today, six puppies were found by a kayaker. These puppies were tied up in a grain bag and left for dead after…

Posted by Uxbridge Police Department on Sunday, September 24, 2017

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