Overall, the rescue took about seven and a half hours. The puppies were cleaned up, checked out, and split up into two different foster homes, where they're now thriving, much to everyone's shock and delight.
"The puppies are doing amazing, it's ridiculous," Hagar said. "They're just so happy, they're the happiest dogs in the world. They're also the quietest pack of puppies, as if their mom had tried to tell them, 'Be quiet, there are coyotes around here,' back when they lived in the cave. They're very stealthy."