Two Turpin family dogs have been found inside the California house of horrors – and to everyone’s surprise, the pups are happy and healthy!
In a shocking turn of events, RadarOnline.com has discovered that David and Louise Turpin took great care of their adored canines – not the same can be said for their kids.
Unlike the Turpins’ thirteen children – whom they held hostage inside their home for years – the two small dogs were found in perfect condition.
According to PEOPLE, authorities confirmed that the two one-year-old female dogs were not only showered and well-fed, they were also trained!
“The animals, one white and one black, appear healthy and friendly and are leash-trained, according to Christina Avila, a senior animal control officer,” stated a press release from the City of Perris.
As Louise and David Turpin remain in custody – and their 13 children receive physical and psychological treatment – the two dogs are being put up for adoption.
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