Pulaski County animal rescue seeking donations for dog shot three times

New River Valley News

DRAPER, Va. (WFXR) — Pulaski Animal Care and Control (PACC) Rescue is asking for the public’s help after a dog was shot three times in Wythe County.

The animal rescue says they took the dog — named Luke — from Wythe County on Friday, April 30.

According to PACC Rescue, Luke has been at the vet since Friday. He had to go through surgery to amputate his tail.

However, the dog has a severe infection and his leg may be amputated in the future. The rescue organization says they need donations for Luke’s medical bills.

“Luke said the mean person just kept shooting me. He finally stopped and I fought with everything in me to get back to my porch. I lay there lifeless praying someone would save me,” PACC Rescue wrote on Facebook on Thursday, May 6. “I just don’t know what I did wrong. If you could find it in your heart to help me, I promise to be good. I’m only a year old I still have a long life to live.”

Luke is described as super sweet, but extremely tired and defeated at this time.

Donations can be made through PACC Rescue’s PayPal: paccrescue@gmail.com. A donate button can also be found on their website.

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