Wednesday, October 31, 2018

LONDON ENGLAND - LUISA CIESLAK, 61, LEFT HER BACK DOOR OPEN... A PIT BULL RAN INTO HER BEDROOM AND BEGAN A FATAL TERRIFYING ATTACK ON HER POODLE INJURING HER AS SHE TRIED TO SAVE HER BELOVED CHA CHA

Luisa Cieslak, 61, desperately tried to defend family dog Cha Cha from the other animal leaving her hands with deep bite wounds. She says she may need to go into a care home, so bad is the damage to her hands.

The shocking attack happened after Luisa left the back door of her London home open last weekend.  Suddenly the crazed dog ran in to her room before launching a terrifying 45 minute attack on her and poodle Cha Cha.
Speaking from her hospital bed, she said: "It was the most terrifying moment of my life."
"I thought the dog was going to kill me."
Her 98-year-old mum was also in the house and has been hospitalised from the shock.
Luisa, who suffers with angina, illiostomy and diabetes, picked Cha Cha up - but the dog snatched her from her arms.
As she desperately tried to save her eight-year-old poodle she was attacked - leaving her with multiple wounds and ligament damage.
She locked the dog in her bedroom before calling the police - and then had to hear her pet being killed.
Two vans, three police cars and a dog unit arrived at her Wood Green home to remove the PIT BULL.
Police have confirmed the dog was seized under Section One of the Dangerous Dog Act, and the family are calling for the owners to be arrested.
Luisa's traumatised daughter Belinda, 25, said: "This has ruined our family.  My mum can't do anything now her hands are so badly damaged. These people should be banned from owning pets ever again. My beautiful baby is gone. We want justice for this horrific ordeal."
Belinda, who buried Cha Cha in the back garden, said: "It was like a horror film.
"I couldn't stop screaming. You should be safe in your own home. It could have been a child - or even a baby."
Luisa added: "They have traumatised us for life.
"I tried to save my dog - and now she's gone and my hands will never be the same again. We can never be around dogs again. These dangerous dogs can't be left to stray."
Met Police said: "Police were called at approximately 12.40pm on Saturday, September 15 to a report that a dog had attacked and killed another dog.
"The dog which carried out the attack was subsequently seized under Section One of the Dangerous Dogs Act.
"The incident is being assessed by the Status Dog Unit.
"We are in contact with the owners of the deceased dog. No arrests; enquiries continue."

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/7331757/escaped-pitbull-savages-woman-bedroom-attacks-pet-dog/


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