Justice for Puppy Thrown Into Burning Fire Pit

Target: Scott Kolody, Commanding Officer of the Manitoba RCMP

Goal: Find and punish children accused of throwing a dog into a fire.

Police are looking for the people responsible for throwing a dog into a fire pit, causing severe burns. According to Katie Powell, founder of Save a Dog Network Canada, a group of children took the dog, an 8-month-old puppy named Polo, and threw him into a fire pit in Red Sucker Lake First Nation, Manitoba. She went on to say that Polo “came home with smoke bubbling from his nose. He had second degree burns on anything that wasn’t covered in fur.”

The poor dog had patches of fur missing as well as some blisters. Some of the dog’s fur melted into his skin, causing lesions. His nose, paws, mouth, and other areas were raw and severely damaged, and his eyes were left with ulcers from smoke damage. Investigators say that the pup’s fur saved his life — if he had a shorter coat, he would have died.

Fortunately, he survived the ordeal and is now recovering at the Tuxedo Animal Hospital in Winnipeg, Manitoba. RCMP are currently investigating, but have not made any arrests. Rights group PETA is offering a $5,000 reward to anyone who comes forward with information leading to the arrest and conviction of the people responsible.

This act was blatantly cruel and could have resulted in the death of this innocent animal. Because of this cruelty, Polo will suffer for a long time, and may have lifelong disabilities. Sign the petition below to demand that the people responsible for this horrendous act are punished to the fullest extent of the law.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Mr. Kolody,

A dog was recently thrown into a fire pit, allegedly by a group of children. The dog suffered severe burns to his entire body, particularly his eyes, nose, mouth, paws, and testicles. Investigators say that he would have died if he had a short coat — his fur protected him from a lot of damage but also melted into his skin, causing lesions.

This horrendous act caused extreme suffering to an innocent animal, and could even result in disability or chronic pain for the rest of Polo’s life. We, the undersigned, ask that you work hard to find and punish the people responsible for this heartless act of cruelty.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: Katie Powell

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185 Comments

  1. WHY CAN’T SHIT LIKE THIS DIE AT BIRTH!!!!!!! AS LONG AS THIS INBRED FILTH LIVE< ALL ANIMALS & HUMANS ARE AT RISK!!!!! JUST CHOP THEIR FRIGGIN HANDS OFF NOW!!!!! FUCKING SCUMMMMM!!!!
    SET THEM ON FIRE!!!
    GET WELL DARLING POLO XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

  2. WE MUST DO EVERYTHING TO STOP BLOODY HUMAN MONSTROSITY.

    LET KIDS EXPERIENCE LOVE FOR ANIMALS BY TAKING THOUGHTFUL CARE FOR THEM IN ALL SCHOOLS. SCHOOLS CAN HELP SHELTERS TAKE CARE OF ANIMALS WAITING FOR ADAPTATION SAVING THEIR LIFE!!!!!!!! THIS IS THE BEST EDUCATION ABOUT REAL LIFE.

  3. Leila Lappin says:

    These were not children, these are twisted ugly monstrous freaks. If they do this when they are ‘children’ what will they do when they are adults? I recommend doing everybody and every animal a favor and just kill these twisted monsters when they are found. There is obviously something terribly wrong with them.

  4. Please help polo to get well and not suffer anymore then he has , the poor baby, didn’t deserve to be treated like this!!!where were the parents? These kids are dement, sick, monsters, to hurt a puppy?!!!! I pray they all get what they deserve!!!also they should be on a list and never be able to have any animals in their life!!!

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