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A Dying and Sick Puppy Was Abandoned On A Road During Storm Ciara


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The vets tried different approaches to treat her and restore her health. However, she wasn’t getting better at all and was unresponsive.

There was only one choice to do so as a way to end her suffering.

“We at Stray Aid are absolutely heartbroken, she was so ill that she was comatose and I had no alternative but to put her to sleep.” said Stray Aid’s veterinary director Sue Bielby said

So, unfortunately, she was put down by the vets. She also didn’t carry a microchip that will help to identify who her owner is.

But they are hoping to find who abandoned the dog so they get the sentence that he or she deserves.

“If anyone knows anything about where this puppy came from please contact the RSPCA.”

If you have any information, you can contact the RSPCA inspector appeal line on 0300 123 8018.

Share this story to raise awareness about animal abuse and help catch the person responsible for abandoning this puppy.

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