Dog Allegedly Abandoned and Starved Deserves Justice

Target: Andrew S. Robinson Esq., District Attorney for Franklin County, Maine

Goal: Demand that the two individuals who allegedly abandoned a dog without food, leading to the dog’s death, receive the maximum penalty under law.

A dog suffered from severe malnutrition after the poor animal was allegedly starved and neglected. The dog was reportedly in extremely dire condition and had to be euthanized. Demand justice for this innocent dog.

Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Sandy Burke responded to Christopher Elliott’s residence after she received a report of an abandoned dog. Per Burke, the 10-year-old German shorthaired pointer was extremely malnourished and in poor condition. Elliot had been in jail for months, and the dog’s other owner, Crystal Webber, had allegedly left the dog behind when she was unable to rehome the dog.

Deputies took the dog to the Lewiston Veterinary Hospital, where the long-suffering animal had to be euthanized. Elliot and Webber were each charged with cruelty to animals. Sign below and demand that Elliot and Webber receive the maximum penalty under law, if convicted.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear District Attorney Robinson,

A dog was reportedly abandoned and left to die in a shocking case of animal cruelty. The dog’s owner reportedly left the poor animal behind and moved away. We demand justice for this innocent dog.

Deputies with the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office searched Christopher Elliott’s residence after they received reports of an abandoned dog. There, they found a dangerously malnourished German shorthaired pointer. The 10-year-old dog was reportedly in poor condition and had to be euthanized due to the severity of the illness. Per deputies, Elliott currently resides in jail, and Crystal Webber, the dog’s other owner, abandoned the dog when she was unable to re-home the dog. Elliot and Webber were each charged with animal cruelty.

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

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

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21 Comments

  1. These two disgusting monsters need to be prosecuted and punished severely.

  2. WHEN THAT BASTARD GOES TO JAIL STARVE HIM UNTIL HE BECOMES EMACIATED AND DEHYDRATED!!

  3. Wendy Cunningham says:

    I would starve this person very slowly in a deep dark hole!! Bastard

  4. Bev Woodburn says:

    Andrew S. Robinson Esq., District Attorney for Franklin County, Maine

    Demand that the two individuals who allegedly abandoned a dog without food, leading to the dog’s death, receive the maximum penalty under law.

    A dog suffered from severe malnutrition after the poor animal was allegedly starved and neglected. The dog was reportedly in extremely dire condition and had to be euthanized. Demand justice for this innocent dog.
    Starve these animal torturing psycho deranged monsters to death. Why should they be allowed to live when they left this precious dog to die from starvation.

    Kill the fucking animal torturing psycho bastards.

    Rest In peace doggy.

    Elliott who currently resides in jail, and Crystal Webber,they will get what they deserve. Death by starvation.

  5. Lisa Zarafonetis Lisa Zarafonetis says:

    Time for another assfck with a cactus 🌵 from Karma❗️😠
    Signed & shared 😡

  6. Starve them slow . People need to be on a register to own animals and a permit to breeders only to breed no backyard ones.

  7. Sick evil scum! That poor dog suffered so much.

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