BALTIMORE (WJZ) — One of the husky puppies found living in their own filth and starving inside a broken-down car in Baltimore is doing much better, BARCS Animal Shelter said Tuesday.

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Noki is stable and is being put with a foster family as he continues his recovery.

Unfortunately, the other two puppies are still in critical condition. Two other puppies died over the weekend.

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A customer at a gas station near the Hanover Street bridge found the four-week-old puppies.

That’s when BARCS stepped in to help.

They’re now looking for donations to the Franky Fund to help with the survivors’ care.

CBS Baltimore Staff