Many people regard dogs as the gift that life had bequeathed to us – one that we do not deserve, considering just how unconditional their love is for those around them!
Alas, there are people out there who are entirely cruel and horrible, and have abused dogs for no apparent reason.
It seems that one of these sadistic beings have horribly abused a poor little dog and had dumped them somewhere in Long Beach.
It seems that whoever had left the dog there had tried to beat the innocent creature to an inch of her life, then urinated all over her.
The perpetrator had then had tied her up into a trash bag and left her inside a dumpster on Walnut Avenue.
The little white dog was later discovered by a person who had heard the animal whimpering from inside the dumpster, according to the manager of Long Beach Animal Care Services, Ted Stevens.
Volunteers who rescued the dog state that the state of the animal was utterly horrifying.
The president of the Fix Long Beach Pets And Animals’ board of directors, Diana Kliche, told The Orange County Register that the damage to the dog was to the extent that the vet techs who worked at the nearby Primary Care Animal Hospital had exclaimed that this was the worst case of abuse they had seen over the last 30 years.
She was also found to have a fractured back leg, although this appears to be an old injury.
Kliche believes that after Chloe had been beaten up, she was tossed into the kitchen trash.
This was due to the fact that the pup was covered in substances such as rancid spaghetti, onions, and ham in addition to human urine.
It was likely that the intent for Chloe was to either suffocate to death from within the bag, or to starve to death.
While veterinarians rushed to save Chloe’s life, a reward of about $13,000 has since been offered for anyone who could bring forward information about the perpetrator of this horrible crime.
Luckily, there is some good news for Chloe.
After going through the entire ordeal, CT scans have revealed that Chloe’s neurological damage was minimal, and her condition is rapidly improving.
On top of that, she is also recovering physically as well, and is active and alert.
Assuming there is no unforeseen circumstances or setbacks, this pup will undergo surgery to fix her leg, which had been broken almost nearly in half.
On top of that, Chloe will have a whole list of potential future forever homes to choose from, as a long line of people have volunteered to take Chloe in after she has fully recovered from her ordeal.
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