A family’s two-and-a-half friendly German shepherd, missing from his home for four days, was found with horrible injuries to his head. The friendly dog had been repeatedly shot in the head with three nails- right into the dog’s skull.
“I can’t even imagine how someone could point a nail gun and shoot a dog in the head three times,” the dog’s owner Maureen Yeo told the CbcNews. “Like he didn’t do that to himself. Obviously somebody did that to him. It’s just a sick, sick, sick story.”
The dog, named Kuma, disappeared Sunday, June 25th near Red Rock and Buckhorn, and was turned in to the SPCA on Wednesday afternoon. When Maureen saw the three nails sticking into her dog’s head, she threw up.
“It made me sick. I can’t believe someone would do that to a dog, or any animal. I don’t care what the dog did, it’s just not right. The nails were three inches in length, and a nail gun was used to put them through Kuma’s skull,” Maureen continued.
The North Cariboo BC SPCA is currently investigating. Such intentional cruelty is beyond comprehension. If anyone has any information relating to this crime, contact the SPCA. Be the voice for those who cannot speak. If someone is capable of harming an animal, it is frightening to think what they might do to a human.
Kuma underwent surgery to have the nails removed. He is expected to recover. Get well soon Kuma.
(Photos via Maureen Yeo)
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