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Abandoned Puppy Found Buried In Donation Bin At A Missouri Walmart

The white baby pooch was found under a pile clothes after making a squeaking sound that someone first thought was a toy.

Last updated on September 17, 2015, at 10:37 p.m. ET

Posted on September 17, 2015, at 10:33 p.m. ET

A newborn pit bull has a new fur-ever home thanks to an “unbelievable” donation bin discovery outside a Walmart in Ferguson, Missouri.

Charity finds puppy in #Ferguson @Walmart donation box http://t.co/HrgxZOQgYj

Shaun Derienzo was making one of his usual weekly stops at a Big Brothers Big Sisters charity bin at a local Walmart on Wednesday when he noticed something moving under a pile of clothes, local Fox affiliate KTVI reported.

"Me and my coworker, we opened up the bin, and were cleaning out the clothes and we heard a little bit of a squeak," Derienzo told Fox2Now. "Just like normal, we thought it was a kids toy making some squeaking noise in the bin."

Turns out, the squeak wasn't a toy.

"The sweatshirt started moving and out comes a little baby pit bull," Derienzo said. "It was crazy. It was weird, unbelievable."

The Paw Patch Animal Hospital, where Derienzo immediately took the white pooch, told him on Thursday the weeks-old puppy had already been adopted, Fox2Now reported.

The Paw Patch Animal Hospital did not immediately comment to BuzzFeed News on the pit bull discovery.

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