This Dog Was Abandoned During Severe Hail Thunderstorm, But Watch What Happens Next!!!

In July 7, 2011, in Denver, CO, Casey Boatman went to shut his front window during the severe hail thunderstorm. It was then when the man noticed a dog that had been left outside, tied to the tree. It had been nearly ten minutes since the rain and hail started. Casey could not believe such cruelty. He was about to come outside to help, when he noticed his neighbor. So he started filming. The woman was wondering what kind of monster has left the poor thing in such terrible weather. She checked the tag on the collar, but couldn’t untie the dog. Then she disappeared in her house… but not for long. Such a contrast in one video: negligence and cruelty versus compassion and love. Please, SHARE this story.

There is no excuse for leaving the dog like that. How hard was it to take the animal to the shelter, or call the owner, if the dog had ran away? Neglect is a passive category of animal abuse. In other cases of neglect if an investigator believes that the cruelty occurred out of ignorance, he will educate the pet owner, then revisit the situation. In more severe cases, the animal will be removed for veterinary care. According to the American Humane Association, 13% of intentional animal abuse cases involve domestic violence. As many as 71% of pet-owning battered women seeking shelter at safe houses have reported that their partner had threatened and/or hurt or killed their pets. Unfortunately, not so many countries consider animal abuse a crime. In some parts of China you may kill any unaccompanied dogs on the street. On the other side, in Egypt and South Sudan law states that anyone who inhumanely beats or intentionally kills any domesticated animal may be jailed or fined. In Argentina, animal abusers can get from 15 days to one year in prison. In Chile the Law established sanctions including fines and prison, from 541 days to 3 years! We are responsible for those we’ve tamed.


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