Target: Gina Knepp, Director of Front Street Animal Shelter
Goal: Find and seek maximum punishment for whoever burned puppy and tossed her out of a vehicle.
A one-year-old German Shepherd was reportedly found in a park suffering from third-degree burns and road rash on her head. The animal shelter says the poor animal was burned with a hot liquid, perhaps a chemical, then allegedly tossed from a vehicle, causing the road rash. The puppy’s wounds nearly covered her entire back from the back of her head to her tail. Animal control thinks that this was an intentional act of cruelty but have turned up no suspects.
If the cruel person who hurt this poor puppy is found, they could face a felony charge of animal cruelty. If they are not found, they’ll continue to be a danger to innocent animals. That’s why it’s important that we urge animal authorities to utilize all resources to find this disgusting monster and demand that they aim for the most severe penalty possible.
Dear Director Knepp,
A one-year-old puppy reportedly suffered severe burns, running from the back of her head to her tail, and road rash from being thrown from a vehicle. The poor German Shepherd survived, but animal authorities have been unable to find the person responsible for this heinous animal cruelty.
We urge you to take a stand for innocent animals that will be put in danger if this monster isn’t caught. Please do everything in your power to help find this person responsible for this animal abuse.
[Your Name Here]
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