I can't believe someone would do this to a dog for fun... putting a firecracker into his mouth and then making sure he couldn't open it. Vucko, the German shepherd that this happened to in Bosnia, apparently wandered around in agony for 5 days unable to eat, before he was picked up and taken to a vet. Unable to have reconstructive surgery done, he had to be euthanised.I even can't begin to express how angry this made me. What is the world coming to?!
Read more about the story here:
We may not be able to help the poor dog now, but let's spread the message so that something like this does not happen to an innocent animal again!
Life's a journey, and I love exploring. I believe we should live well, love much and laugh often. Twende!
Friday, May 25, 2012
Justice for a special dog
Posted by The Kenyan Nomad at 2:48 PM
Labels: animal abuse, bosnia, dog, firecracker, german shepherd
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