A woman is upset after ten of her forty goats died after allegedly being mauled by a neighbor's PIT BULL.
"I have never seen so much blood, and guts, and ears lying everywhere," said Vickie Whitis.
Vickie Whitis woke up Wednesday to find eight of her goats dead and several more with gruesome injuries. Two more died late Friday afternoon.
"I was in shock; absolute total shock," said Whitis.
From bleeding wounds to missing ears, she fears others in the herd of forty will also perish.
While she claims her neighbor's pit bull is responsible for the attack Whitis says the Lampasas Sherrif's Office tells her their hands are tied.
"He told me that he could not destroy that dog by law," said Whitis.
The Lampasas Sheriff's Office was not available to talk on camera, but off camera tell us no one can be cited because Whitis has no proof the dog came on her property.
Though animal control does say a pit bull was found at its owners home down the street and covered in blood.
They also confirmed the dog was initially detained but is now back home.
"It is just not right to return these types of dogs back into society. It's not safe," said Whitis.
Whitis calls the incident a devastating blow to her livelihood and insists the dog and its owner be held responsible.
News Ten tried to contact the dog's owner but were unable.
The Sheriff's Office says they have no records of any other attacks in that area.