Justice for Puppy Found Buried Alive

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Target: Barbara Lawall, County Attorney for Pima County, Arizona

Goal: Demand the maximum penalty for the person who buried a puppy alive, leading to his death.

A small puppy died after a Tucson police officer found him buried alive. He was unresponsive with rocks and dirt in his mouth. Demand justice for this innocent puppy.

A local pedestrian heard the puppy’s cries from beneath the dirt and immediately contacted the police. A sergeant with the Tucson Police Department found the young puppy unresponsive with a mouth full of rocks and dirt. His body temperature was dangerously low. A veterinarian worked tirelessly to save the puppy, but was forced to euthanize him when he showed signs of a neurological deficit.

Tucson police are investigating, but do not have a suspect at this time. Sign below to demand the maximum penalty in this case.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear County Attorney Lawall,

A young puppy died after he was buried alive. The person responsible is still at large. We demand justice for this innocent puppy.

There is no telling how long the puppy was buried. When Tucson police got to him, he was unresponsive with a dangerously low body temperature. The Sanctuary Project, a local rescue, and their veterinarian worked tirelessly to save the young pup. They were, however, forced to euthanize him when he began having seizures.

This cruelty cannot go unpunished. We demand that you seek the maximum penalty in this case.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: The Sanctuary Project

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23 Comments

  1. Cynthia Mattera says:

    I wouldn’t have wasted time calling the police, I would had saved him and drove like a mad man to the closest vet!!!

  2. VILE, EVIL, DISGUSTING MONSTER. CATCH THEM AND PUNISHE THEM TO THE MAX AND MORE.

    RIP POOR PUPPY AND MAY YOU GET JUSTICE FOR YOUR DEPLORABLE DEATH.

  3. Mary VanArtsen says:

    Agree with Cynthia Mattera! Someone was kind enough to call the police….however, if you find a sick or injured animal as tiny as this very young puppy, take the animal to a Vet immediately for care! Time is of the essence. Police can be contacted by the Vet. I understand exceptions may have to be made for wild animals, due to the danger of rabies or other illnesses; or for animals too large to be placed in a car, etc. People that neglect, abuse, torment, torture and kill innocent living beings must be punished yo the full extent of the law. Humans are the stewards of the earth. We must protect
    these voiceless innocent creatures, not harm or kill them. Violent, dangerous,
    deranged humans that commit these heinous acts must face consequences.

  4. Esmeralda Marroquin says:

    Justice is needed if the perpetrator is found…this is a serial killer in the making.

  5. WHY FUCK WOULD YOU WAIT FOR THE POLICE…THE PERSON WHO CALLED IS PROBABLY THE MONSTER WHO BURIED THIS POOR BABY !!! MOTHERFUCKERS !!!

  6. I’ve had it with these pos who torture, abuse and neglect animals and people! I HATE them! They’re NOT human beings like the rest of us! They’re subhuman, vile, disgusting, evil, monsters who deserve to have done to them whatever they did to another living being! Let that be there punishment! And then kill them afterwards, with more pain!

  7. michelle taylor says:

    I dare this POS dog murderer to make face to face contact with me as I WILL ENSURE that this bastard pays with his life! OH YES!!!!
    I am a massive believer in an eye for an eye!

  8. How could the person who found him not rush him to a vet? To me that is as bad as burying the little one 🙁
    Please stop showing these terrible pictures, it’s so distressing and I’m sure it’s not just me who feels like this. All these pictures of dead, dying or burnt animals is more likely to put people off doing the petitions as we don’t wish to see such awful, heart wrenching pictures.

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