Thursday, May 24, 2018

PAMPA TX - A "FAMILY DOG" MAULED A 4-YEAR-OLD GIRL, SONIA, CAUSING HORRIFIC INJURIES TO HER FACE, NECK AND EYES - SHE WAS AIR LIFTED TO OKLAHOMA CITY

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Wednesday, May 16th 2018
A Pampa child has been hospitalized after being attacked by the family dog.
According to authorities, the Pampa Police Department, along with Pampa EMS and Pampa Fire Department were dispatched to the 300 block of S. Canadian on Tuesday at about 5:40 p.m. for a child that had been attacked by a dog. The child was stabilized and eventually transported by air to Oklahoma City for treatment.
It is believed the animal in question is a family pet of the victim's family. The animal is now in custody of Pampa Animal Services.
Pampa PD and Animal Services are investigating the circumstances leading up to the attack.

As many of you may know Sonia (4yr old)was attacked by the family dog on Tuesday 5/15/2018. She was flown to OSU Children’s Hospital in Oklahoma City. She has undergone several surgeries so far and has many more to come. She has a long road to recovery and the family is not able to cover the medical, travel, and other needs as Sonia recovers. Any amount of donations is very appreciated as well as thought so and prayers.
Prayers for Sonia

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's too bad pit bulls don't come with price tags; the cost is too great. Nutters don't want to think about the consequences of bringing home a dangerous dog breed but they should!

Your irreplaceable child, either severely injured or killed by a pit bull is too great of a risk. If you don't have adequate insurance, or the means to pay for multiple surgeries, or funerals, perhaps you shouldn't bring home a mauler?

I know it's too late now for this little girl but come on parents! LEARN FROM THIS EXAMPLE AND PROTECT YOUR CHILDREN FROM PIT BULLS!

Farmer Jane said...

And, still, they're so vested in protecting the pit myth that they won't name the type of dog. Just the omission alone tells us what kind of dog it was. Any other breed and that would be the first thing they'd tell you. It's become an admission of guilt to 'fess up that it's a pit bull. Because they know how dangerous they are and how stupid it is to keep one around a child.