Grim find of emaciated pups in Badsey sparks appeal for help - The Evesham Observer

Grim find of emaciated pups in Badsey sparks appeal for help

Evesham Editorial 27th Jan, 2023   0

AN EXPERIENCED animal welfare officer reduced to tears after the shocking discovery of the bodies of two pups in Badsey has appealed for information to catch those responsible.

The emaciated bodies of the French bulldog and terrier were dumped on wasteland earlier this month.

Devastated Worcestershire Regulatory Services animal welfare officer Pip Griffin, who has been in the job for nearly 30 years, said; “I know we live in a throwaway society but I never thought this would apply to beautiful creatures such as these.

“They were both so young and had their whole lives ahead of them. Just one phone call to our team from the owners, who may have been struggling, or concerned neighbours, could have seen these pups have a wonderful life in a loving home.

“Instead their suffering is incomprehensible and this is one of the most disgusting things I have seen in all my years of service.

“Animals cannot speak so we need to be their voices, so please if you know anything get in touch with us.

“Indeed, if you are concerned about an animal or can’t manage with your own pets, please call because we can help.”

Call 01905 822799 for more.

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