In a disturbing case of animal torture, the RSPCA Queensland is asking for the public’s help identifying a dog killed in a sickening attack of brutality. The dog was found floating in a Gold Coast canal entangled in chicken wire with an arrow sticking out of his body. According to the Daily Mail, the tan colored mixed breed, found floating in a river had been shot by an arrow, wrapped in chicken wire and then dumped in the water. In addition the dog suffered burns to his body and severe trauma to his face and neck.
Authorities reported the dog’s tortured body was discovered floating along the waterway between Marina Quays Blvd. and Grant Ave. in Hope Island on October 20.
‘The dog may have sustained head/face trauma and there were severe burn wounds on the dog’s body,” reported the RSPCA Queensland. “Someone knows what happened to this dog.”
Anyone with information in regards to the incident is urged to contact the Cruelty Complaints hotline on 1300 ANIMAL (1300 264 625). Be the voice for the voiceless. Help this dog find justice.
(Photo of dog killed via the RSPCA Queensland)
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