A dog is on the long road to recovery after being set on fire in Tijuana, Mexico. According to ABC 7 News, the act of cruelty left the mixed breed dog, dubbed Xena, severely injured on her back and tail – in fact, the burns are so deep in some areas that Xena’s back bone was visible.
According to the news agency, Xena was rescued from Tijuana by people who managed to sneak her into the United States – she is currently recuperating with a rescue group in Thousand Oaks, California. The Shelter Hope Pet Shop, a non-profit volunteer run rescue group, is raising funds to pay for Xena’s ongoing veterinary expenses, including cold laser treatments and surgery.
A large reward is offered for information leading to whoever subjected Xena to such abhorrent cruelty. Find the Shelter Hope Pet Shop on Facebook here.
Donations to the rescue group here.
$2500 Reward for info leading to the person who hurt Xena. The reason we want to find them is because we do not want to see another animal hurt.
Posted by Shelter Hope Pet Shop on Tuesday, January 30, 2018
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