And Bizmark. This family of five was abandoned on the front steps of Rescue the Animals, SPCA.
"A hundred-degree day, hot pavement, no food, no water, boom, they're gone," says President of Rescue the Animals, SPCA, Paul Washburn.
These puppies are not the only ones.
Washburn continues, "Candee was dropped through the slot where people leave cans for recycling here at rescue the animals."
According to the SPCA this summer there has been a record number of people abandoning their animals, even though it is a state crime.
"It is up about 50 percent," he says.
"We're hearing from people out in the county. Dumping them on county roads and all," says Washburn.
Which is presenting a major problem for Abilene residents.
"The big thing about it is, you take a litter of puppies like this and dump them in the country, something is going to eat them," Washburn explains.
If you live in the city, the situation could also be a risky one.
He says, "You have animals that are dumped that may actually be aggressive and that's a problem too."
If you have an animal you can't keep, the SPCA urges you to do the responsible thing by taking your pet to the Abilene animal shelter so they can do their best to find it a home.
"If they fail, at least it will be humanely euthanized and that's much much better for the animal than dying some gruesome death out on a dirt road," says Washburn.