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Tampa: Dog shot and buried alive! Info needed!
4 years ago
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Tampa Authorities Asking for Public's Help to Nab Person Who Buried Dog Alive
Animals  (tags: abuse, dogs, investigation, rescued, sadness, suffering )
Ginger- 13 hours ago - examiner.com

A two-year-old pit bull mix named Phoebe is recovering from a horrendous animal cruelty crime, and Florida's Hillsborough County Animal Services announced Wednesday they are offering a reward and asking the public to help.
4 years ago

Shot Twice in the Head and Then Buried Alive: Phoebe, the Dog Who Cheated Death Twice!
Animals  (tags: abuse, abused, animalcruelty, animals, crime, cruelty, dogs, pets, rescued, sadness, suffering )
Cheryl- 12 hours ago - dailymail.co.uk

Two-year-old dog buried up to neck in dirt outside vacant home in Tampa. One bullet pierced her forehead while the other entered under her eye. Luckily they only damaged soft tissue and she is not brain damaged.
4 years ago

Truly sick I will never, no matter how many of these stories I read, understand how someone can do this to another living being. I hope they find out who it was.

4 years ago

gabriela c. these sadistic fiends get their jollies torturing animals. karma where are you?

4 years ago

That are sadistic zombies.

They have no conscience and no empathy.

4 years ago

All I can say is:  HANG THEM ON THE NEXT TREE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

4 years ago

the scumwads responsible for this torture and imminent death should be shot in the head, only enough to cause agonizing pain, then buried alive six feet under. signed.

4 years ago

Sadistic Low Life's Lenicka!!! Hope they are found SOON :0:0:0 !!!! ... aghhhhh

4 years ago

 Hope they find this lowlife. I say bury them up to there neck then poor honey on them. thats what the Indians did. Signed.

4 years ago

For once I am speechless.

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