Wednesday, September 27, 2017

SAN DIEGO CA - 2 PIT BULLS BROKE THROUGH A WOODEN FENCE AND RIPPED A SMALL DOG FROM ITS OWNER'S ARMS AND KILLED IT AND INJURED THE WOMAN TRYING TO SAVE HER PET



(KGTV) - TWO PIT BULLS broke out of a College Area backyard, attacking a woman who was holding her small dog, witnesses told 10News Wednesday.
A witness heard screaming and ran outside on Dorothy Dr. near 63rd St. in the College Heights neighborhood. The pit bulls broke through a fence and ripped the small dog from the woman’s hands, witnesses said.
Men who were across the street went to help the woman. She suffered bites to her arms.
The woman’s son picked her up and drove her and the small dog to the animal hospital, a witness said.
County Animal Services later confirmed the small dog had died from its injuries.
The dogs were locked in their owner’s garage for animal control to pick them up, who arrived just after 3 p.m. Animal Services said the dogs will be quarantined for 10 days before they decide to release them.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

The small dog owner gets to suffer the loss of her pet, while the nutters might get their maulers back. We cannot have shelters that kill pit bulls because they're pit bulls, but it is perfectly legal for pit bulls to kill domesticated pets.

I can see why Ledy Vankavage changes laws to protect pit bulls, they are just dogs.

Farmer Jane said...

Decatur Al, hope you're ok. Haven't heard from you in a while. Miss you and worry about you.

Decatur AL livin nt to 4 pits said...

I'm having medical problems Farmer Jane. Really trying to get better and working on my e-mail tonight. I worried about you during the hurricane and hope you know that we all depend on your wisdom. It's so good to hear from you!

Farmer Jane said...

Decatur Al, good to know that you're still here, fighting the good fight. Sending healing thoughts to you. You do deserve a vacation from this constant violence and bloodshed.

We were lucky that Irma didn't give us too much of a beating. Power was out for a week and some trees and a lot of branches came down. The worst part of it for us was the stress of trying to decide whether to stay or go. There is a pet friendly shelter literally up the road, but in this neck of the woods you can be guaranteed that that means "pit friendly". We decided to stay home and things turned out ok.
Hope you feel better soon.
FJ