Puppies found in snowdrift with their mother now being adopted, rescue says

The puppies who were found in a snowdrift with their mother in northern Minnesota are getting new homes.

Red Lake Rosie's Rescue said last week that a dog, named Snowbelle, was found with her six puppies in a snowdrift earlier this winter. A concerned family drove Snowbelle and her litter to the shelter where they were then cared for and brought to good health.

Dog had 6 puppies in the cold, found in Minnesota snowdrift

On Saturday, the rescue said Snowbelle's puppies were being adopted. Kim Williams, who works at Red Lake Rosie's Rescue, told KSTP Tuesday that two of the puppies and Snowbelle are still available to be adopted.

If you're interested in adopting them, you can contact the rescue at 218-268-4477 or online.