The 33 puppies were thrown away like trash behind a business in Jersey Village.
"I don't understand how somebody so heartless can exist," said Jackie Martinez. "I can't even begin to find the words to say."
God was watching out for all these pups. If Martinez and her co-workers hadn't discovered them, they would have separated and made their way to busy roadways.
"It's truly atrocious. I think for all of us, we're disgusted that people like this exist and animals are being treated this way," Martinez said.
The employees took to Facebook and rescue groups sprang into action.
"I was in my vehicle with like 30 crates when that post popped up saying 'we're surrounded by these little dogs somebody help us,'" said Melissa Regis, a dog rescuer.
"I have a feeling this is the same people dumping them everywhere," said dog rescuer Martha Vasquez.
Vasquez, who ignored being bitten repeatedly on Monday rescuing dogs, was back at it on Tuesday.
"I don't know if they were overwhelmed with too many of them. They're all familiar. They all look the same, have the same skin problems, I think it's the same people," Vasquez said.
"I've not seen this sort of mass dumping of dogs all at the same time," Regis said.
All the abandoned dogs are now with rescue groups and will eventually find forever homes.
But finding whoever did this to them doesn't appear likely.
"Unfortunately the sheriff's department said without any evidence who did this we're kind of at a stand still."
Taking in more animals than they can handle doesn't make someone a criminal.
"This makes you a criminal," Vasquez said. "You can't just go dump dogs. This makes you a criminal."