Saturday, March 4, 2017

HARTFORD CT - A PIT BULL RAN INTO A MAN'S YARD AND ATTACKED HIS DOG, KILLED HIS CAT AND HE WILL NEED SURGERY TO REPAIR BROKEN BONES IN HIS HAND

WFSB 3 Connecticut

HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) -
A man is recovering after a vicious attack by a dog in Hartford’s West End neighborhood.
Scott Scribner said a PIT BULL  ran toward he and his pets in his yard on Thursday.
The pit bull attacked his dog, and killed his cat, and Scribner was injured while trying to intervene.
He will need surgery to fix broken bones in his hand.
No charges have been filed at this time.
Hartford police said the dog was up-to-date on its vaccinations.



1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Pit bull attacks like this one are happening constantly. People's pets are killed, and they become victims trying to save their animals. All because pit bull advocates cannot accept the dangerous nature of pit bulls. And we have legislators that hold hearings to determine if a pit bull is dangerous after it has attacked. If it's a first attack, pibble gets to go home. Yet the victim is left with devastating injuries, a dead pet, and hospital and vet bills that the irresponsible owner does not have to pay. Pit bull advocates abhor the thought of humanely euthanizing pit bulls, whether it's after an attack, or when an unwanted pit bull shows up at a shelter. But it's perfectly fine that tens of thousands of other pets are brutally killed on our streets, in dog parks, in their own yards, and sometimes even in their own homes.

Injustice!