Scarlet found in the forest
It’s a case that angered a lot of people.
A puppy with its mouth and feet tied with string and tape was found in the forest in front of an abandoned animal shelter on Jeju Island.
The first discoverer was a volunteer at an abandoned animal shelter, Mr. A, and the incident became known when Mr. A shared a photo of Hong-i Joo tied to a string, how it was discovered, and photos and videos on Instagram.
According to Mr. A, “I put a tongue curler in my mouth and tied it tightly with string and tape. There were wounds and oozes around the mouth to the extent that I couldn’t tell when they were tied.” I tied the puppy very tightly in a position that is difficult to do, made it impossible to move, and threw the child in the middle of the rape blossoms.”
Volunteer A said that he found pliers and untied the string, but the child, who had lost strength, was lying motionless and painfully.
Person A also said, “At the abandoned dog shelter, we try to keep the puppies from dying, but it hurts so much to see some people commit such tremendous atrocities and try to kill living things.”
The shelter later reported on social media that this puppy was originally a child at the shelter. The puppy accidentally went out of the house, and someone who found it tied the child up and threw it out of sight.
Unfortunately, there are no CCTVs around the shelter, so it is difficult to understand the specific situation.
However, when he saw that he had thrown it in the rapeseed field at the entrance to the shelter, he claimed that it was the work of the people around him who knew the location of the shelter.
The puppy, which was abandoned in the field, has improved a lot by taking medicine and injections, and it is known that there is no life-threatening problem.
According to the Animal Protection Act, cruelty to animals is punishable by up to three years in prison or a fine of up to 30 million won.
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