A horribly injured puppy was recently discovered buried alive in a field in Leyland, Lancashire. According to BBC News, the nine-week-old Pomeranian, found wrapped in a bin bag inside of a shallow grave, had broken legs and was “unable to move.” The decision was made to humanely euthanize the pup because of the severity of the injuries.
RSPCA Inspector Alison Fletcher commented on the despicable act of cruelty:
“What a hideous act of cruelty to walk out to the middle of nowhere, dig a grave and bury this poor puppy alive in the dirt. It’s disgusting.”
“I can’t believe this little one was found, he was so lucky or he could have suffered the most unimaginably slow and painful death.”
Metro News reports that the pup was found by a dog walker on April 27 – a full investigation has been launched by the RSPCA. Anyone with information is asked to reach out via the appeal line on 0300 123 8018.
(Screenshot of abandoned puppy via BBC News/RSPCA)
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