Multiple Pug-Mix Puppies and Their Mom Are Looking for a Home After Being Abandoned at a Texas Gas Station

The nine dogs were rescued by the Society for Animal Rescue and Adoption (SARA) earlier this week

<p>SARA</p> Pug-mix mom and two of her eight puppies


Pug-mix mom and two of her eight puppies

Multiple pug-mix puppies and their mother are looking for their fur-ever homes.

Earlier this week, the Society for Animal Rescue and Adoption (SARA) rescued the nine dogs after they were abandoned at a gas station in San Antonio, Texas, according to a press release obtained by PEOPLE.

The pups, which are 6 weeks old, and their mom were all "slightly undernourished," the organization said, but are now ready for adoption thanks to "a little TLC and vaccinations."

Three of the puppies have already been spoken for since SARA posted them on social media and sent out an online letter to its supporters, the organization said.

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<p>Getty</p> Dog food and toys (stock image)


Dog food and toys (stock image)

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SARA, according to its website, was founded in 1996. The organization said its slogan has always been “Unconditional Life."

"And by that we mean that SARA seeks to save as many animals as possible regardless of species, special health needs or temperament," the group said.

"Owner Tracy Frank has made it her life’s mission to ensure all animals that come to the sanctuary end up in safe and happy homes, whether through adoption, or a safe place at the 100-acre sanctuary for the remainder of their lives," SARA added in its press release.

Those interested in adopting the remaining pug-mix puppies or their mother can do so here.

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