Scalping a 3 Day Old Puppy is worst

Cruel Mankind

Animals need attention and care and if we are not able to give them that we should at least not harm them as well. Here in this video we can see a pathetic situation of this puppy which was just three years old and was brought to a foster house by someone. The person who brought it here said that it was found walking on the streets.


The pup was scalped so bad that the ears have lost its ability to grow; this pup is too young and yet will need a surgery for the perfectly working ears. The pup did not even open it eyes and weighed about just a single pound only. However, now the pup is in safe hands and the foster house will take care of it in the best possible manner.

This pup actually has suffered a lot of injuries and has been treated timely with the proper food and care being given to it. The person who has committed such reckless act with the pup is in search of police and the moment he will be found relevant punishment will be granted to him. Moreover anyone who brings the person who is guilty will be awarded with a prize as well.


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Compassionate animals
This is a fact that sometimes animals can show even more compassion than us humans. If you want to take a good proof of this, read this story from Des Moines, Iowa. This is about Reagan the Labrador when he came home with a crumpled bag of Meow Mix. This is a rather interesting story as a dog found something on the side of the road and brought home and mom was right to think that it yet another trash treasure.

Kerry is the mum to this Labrador who ignored the bag he brought and turned to get into the house. However, this didn’t impress Reagan one bit and he started hovering around it to get some attention. This made Kerry check and see what was in the bag and was thrilled to see that there was a litter of kittens in there.

Two or three kittens were crushed inside the bag and luckily 2 were still alive and they were desperate to get out of there. Kerry was struck by the brutal reality that someone had sealed the bag with alive kittens in there. Then they dumped it on the street and Kerry found them, all thanks to Reagan. She brought the kittens inside and cleaned them up before giving them the names Tipper and Skipper. She kept them warm throughout the day and gave them milk.

She waited for the morning to call several shelters but a lot of them said ‘no’ to them before Raccoon Valley Animal Sanctuary and Rescueagreed to take them in. Shortly afterwards, they were put for adoption and finally found a forever happy home.