A sad incident was recorded on video recently, in Stoke-on-Trent in England, and it shocked every dog-lover who watched it. It’s hard to comprehend the degree to which animal cruelty has reached.
The sweet pooch, Snoop, is an affectionate white Staffie with a black marking on his coat. Snoop is just two years old, yet already had more than three owners, passing him from one to the other.
The canine’s last owners are unknown; all that we know is that they left poor Snoop all alone beside his bed, with nothing more.
Thankfully, the pup was found by a good Samaritan about an hour later. He practically saved Snoop’s life. The rescuer was a boy scout who took the abandoned dog to the vet for a check-up and told him about his doom situation.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA), was notified about the occurrence a short while after, from the vet himself. They were horrified by the story and decided to share it with their fans on Twitter.
It didn’t take long till the story went viral; social media started buzzing over the terrible story. People couldn’t seem to grasp how his owners were able to do such an awful act.
In the video, you can see the car and the male driver. It looks like there’s a passenger next to him, but it’s quite blurry. What’s evident to everyone is that the pooch wanted to come back to his forever family, but they just didn’t seem to care; poor Snoop ran after his beloved human parents in vain because they didn’t even slow down their car.
Many people were horrified by the heartless act and had to share the heartbreaking video to raise awareness.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is looking for Snoop’s owners and wishes to discipline them for their behavior. Once they are found, they’ll take the necessary measures.
Despite all that Snoop has been through, he is a very affectionate and sensitive dog. Now it’s time for the society to find a new, loving forever home for him.
If it weren’t for the good Samaritan, sweet Snoop could’ve been terribly injured or even worse, faced certain death. It’s pure luck that he was found and brought to the vet so quickly.
If you have any information about the people in the video or the incident, please help the RSPCA’s investigation and call 0300-1234-999.
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