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Shameful! A Great Dane Left Chained On Roadside Dies Starving

26 Sep 2016 | by Deepshikha Tahiliani | Posted in: Wag News

Things are not going well in the animal world. Cruelty to animals has gone to a new height this time. After the depressing incident of throwing a little pup off the roof by two medical students in Chennai, another incident of animal cruelty popped up in the city.

A resident of Chennai called Shravan Krishnan shared a picture of a Great Dane who was chained on the roadside and left to starve to death. Krishnan mentioned that he got a call about the poor dog that was abandoned in Royapuram. He said, “We tried to move him to a hospital but unfortunately he died on the way.”


Image Source: Shravan Krishnan Facebook Page


Shravan Krishnan runs an organization named, “Hotel For Dogs”. With a heavy heart, he posted about the incident on Facebook. He wrote, “I don't know your name. I don't know your age. I don't know who dumped you. I don't know your history. I'm sorry that I couldn't save you and hope you're in a better place now.
We got a call from Karthik Selvaraj about a Great Dane which was abandoned in Royapuram. We tried to move him to a hospital but unfortunately he died on the way.


Image Source: Shravan Krishnan Facebook Page


Abandoning your dog is the biggest betrayal you could ever do. At least try and leave him at a shelter or seek help from someone. Don't leave your dog on the road and let him die of starvation and dehydration.
This not how a life should end. If I ever meet the person who did this to you, I promise you that I will break his bones!!!

It is heart-wrenching to see how people treat their pets. It makes our blood boil seeing such cruelty happening to those who can’t even voice themselves. It is high time now! People should learn to take responsibilities of their pets. If you can take care of them, don’t bring them home!

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