Friday, September 3, 2010

Dog heading to Totally Dog day center

A dog heading to Totally Dog day center in Miami, Tuesday, Aug. 17, 2010, makes the trip holding his head out the window. Daily up to 25 dogs board theyellow school bus for their ride to the five acre fully fenced doggy playground complete with a bone shaped swimming pool. Some of the dogs are dropped off by their owners in business parking lots and others are picked up at their homes

1 comment:

Pinar said...

This does not relate to the blog, but I have to share this.

I was watching the news this evening, and then I saw one of the cruelist sights I think I have ever scene. This is not a scene from a movie. This was real life.

In brief, a dog chained behind a motor cycle. There were two males on the bike, the one behind holding the chain. The camera that was recording this whole dreadful scene was a friend of the mentally sick twisted beings on the bike. He was also on a moving vehicle.

God's beloved being, the poor big dog, as thin as it could be, its skin stuck to its bones. Its skin was like stretch film. The dog's tongue was dangling, and its bloody paws were blurred due to the severity of the sight. Running on the road, on hard concrete for who knows how long.

I turned off the tv right away. I couldn't bear one more second of it. In shock, crying out loud in anger that this has happened, and who knows what else animals are facing out there. No voice, no words, I praid to God to protect them.

Please, do whatever you can to help the beautiful creatures out there. We are the worst animal God has created, we are the only ones who can do such a thing for no other purpose other than the joy the sick people in that scene.

Please take that image away from me.

I am Turkish, and this was in Turkey. I am so ashamed that these individuals are not in jail, or some how taught a lesson.

I also wish, so deeply, that the dog was saved, given pure love, and anything he needs to get better, even if he is out on the street again. At least without such pain. And hopefully around sound people.

Please help the voiceless, please.