CAMPBELL COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) — Animal lovers expressed anger after learning a dog was abandoned near the Campbell County shelter without a cover on Friday night.
The Friends of Campbell County Animal Control posted on its Facebook page on Saturday, Nov. 30, a picture of the dog that appears to have given birth to puppies recently.
The post has gotten over 1,000 Facebook interactions with over 300 comments. Comments range from offers to foster the animal to sadness, anger to hear of the dog’s treatment.
According to the post, security cameras captured men pulling the dog out of the trunk of their car and dragging her into a concrete area where she lay unsheltered all night.
“Do not assume that ‘Tilly’ is their dog. She may have been stolen from a neighbor, or part of a marital or custody dispute, or delivered from another county where the shelter was not open admission and would not take her in . . . We will not tolerate abandonment any more than we tolerate cruelty,” the post read.
Anyone with information that may lead to identifying the men who abandoned the dog, call Campbell County Dispatch at (434) 592-9574.
WFXR reached out to Campbell County Animal Control for an update, but no one from the agency was available for comment.
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