Help Humane Society Find Who’s Responsible For Burning, Starving Lansing Puppy (GRAPHIC PHOTOS)
The Capital Area Humane Society needs your help.
The Capital Area Humane Society(CAHS) posted on their Facebook that last week, a 3-month-old black pit bull puppy was brought into the Capital Area Humane Society with severe, third degree burns and suffering from starvation. And the CAHS, together with Eaton County Animal Control, is asking for the public's help in collecting any information related to this animal cruelty investigation.
The puppy is a 3-month-old pit bull with white on his chest and toes. He was "found abandoned at an apartment complex in West Lansing, near Saginaw Street and Mall Drive, then brought to Capital Area Humane Society by animal control authorities." If you have any information about who may have done this, call Eaton County Animal Control at (517) 543-5755. There is a $500 reward offered to those who have information that leads to an arrest and conviction. If you would like to donate money to help the with the puppy's care and treatment, click here.
You can see photos of the puppy in the gallery below. Be warned, THE PHOTOS/IMAGES IN THE GALLERY ARE GRAPHIC.