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Year Long Saga Ends, Dog in Abandoned Home Finally Rescued


Animals  (tags: abandoned dog, dog neglected, starved, rescued, animal advocates, investigation )

Simone
- 2432 days ago - petloverstips.com
This story absolutely defies all logic! Cola, a pit bull, was left abandoned in a house at 3405 N. Michigan, Saginaw, MI, a year ago when his owner moved out April 2007. I first brought this sad story to you in August of 2007, and then he'd already been



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Joycey B. (750)
Saturday April 19, 2008, 12:00 pm
I can't believe it took a year for this poor dog to be rescued. The neighbors tried hard for him to be helped, but you know how stupid laws are. I would have put gloves on and broke into the house and got him out and took him away where nhe could not be found. The owner moved out and left him there, so it was obvious he didn't want him. At least he is out of there now. Thanks Simone.
 

Kathaleen W. (0)
Sunday April 20, 2008, 6:34 pm
This is so unbelievable, all involved were as bad as the owner who walked away from Cola. I to would of just took the dog and found him a home. Why do people get animals when they have no heart for them. there is really no difference between that kind of human and a child molester. Ugly is Ugly.
 

Sherri O. (257)
Sunday April 20, 2008, 6:42 pm
What on earth does Saginaw consider to be cruelty to animals if this isn't it? Look at the picture of the poor dog! Thank goodness for the people who picketed the house or the dog would still be there. Stupid laws for stupid people,
 
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