Dog Reportedly Imprisoned in Filthy Cage Without Water Deserves Justice

Target: Plymouth County, Massachusetts District Attorney Tim Cruz

Goal: Give man just punishment for allegedly keeping dog in unbearable filth without adequate food or water.

A female pit bull type dog was reportedly found living inside a cage filled with waste, disgusting rags, empty water bowls, and stale, dry food. Brandon Davis was arrested in connection with the crime. He needs to spend time in prison and be banned from owning pets if it is found he committed this inexcusable act of animal cruelty.

According to authorities, the dog was only let out of her cage to go outside. She reportedly did not have any water. Police further said that the dog was emaciated, and they immediately took her to a local veterinary hospital. Although the veterinarian indicated that the dog would recover, she will apparently need a great deal of treatment and time before she will be in a healthier state.

Davis was arrested and charged with animal cruelty and having unauthorized ammunition inside his home. It is important that Davis spend time in jail and not be allowed to have more pets if he is found guilty of this senseless animal abuse.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear District Attorney Cruz,

Brandon Davis was recently arrested for allegedly keeping a large female dog inside a dirty cage filled with urine and feces, used rags, several bowls, and scattered food. It is important that he be held responsible for this crime and further that he no longer be allowed to own pets if it is discovered he abused this animal.

Reports state that the cage was only opened a few times a day to take the dog out in the yard. It is also thought that water was not provided to her on a regular basis. Authorities further reported that she was too thin before taking her to a local veterinary hospital. While the victim is expected to survive, the veterinarian said treatment will be expensive and that a full recovery will take an extensive amount of time.

Police not only arrested Davis for animal abuse, but he was also charged with not having the proper license to possess the type of ammunition allegedly found at his residence.

I therefore demand you suggest Davis receive the strictest sentence that the law will allow and that you further suggest he no longer be allowed to be around animals if he is found guilty of mistreating this feeble dog.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Dante Alighieri

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98 Comments

  1. Put this loser in his own cage…in a prison and he really must not be allowed to ever live in a home with any animal again

  2. Brandon Davis should be locked in a cage with no food or water and see how he likes it! What a horrible animal abuser!

  3. Laws suck!!! It does dick to animal abuse!!!
    Until that’s changed…..????

  4. These monsters need to be sentenced to have the same thing done to them that they did to their victims. Give them the mercy that they gave…none. JUSTICE, JUSTICE, JUSTICE! THERE IS NONE AT THIS TIME, BUT SOON IT’S COMING WITH THE RETURN OF JESUS CHRIST, THANK GOD!!!!

  5. Paula Morgan says:

    This man was the guardian to this dog? I am certain he wouldn’t want to live in the same manner he made his dog live. A cage, no water, stale food, only going out to poop and pee … wow what a life! Would he want this life for himself or a member of his family. But wait … isn’t the dog part of his family? Thankfully this man was found as well as the dog. What hell he put the dog through but why? Why have a dog and threat them so horribly? There are shelters if he no longer wanted to care for his dog. Hopefully this is a felony charge. This man deserves prison and an extremely steep fine. Importantly this man needs to never be allowed near another animal nor to ever take care of another animal through out his life. There are no excuses!

  6. Instigation of the death penalty must be performed on all animal abusers globally.

  7. Ojala se lo coman a dentro de la prision por abusador malnacido.

  8. Stella Waldvogel says:

    If he didn’t want to take care of the dog, he could have rehomed it. What a dirtbag.

  9. eleanor dunkavich says:

    he is a sick creep beat him with a hammer

  10. Tim – I think we can all agree that the penalties for crimes committed against the Animal Kingdom need to be enhanced. However, right now you hold the power to prosecute this uneducated piece-of-shit Brandon Davis to the fullest extent allowed under Massachusetts law. Please show the world that Plymouth County WILL NOT TOLERATE animal abuse and murder! Please!

  11. Do to him what he has done to this poor baby!

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