A Wisconsin animal shelter talks about the worst case of animal abuse you've ever seen.
Police are looking for witnesses
The shelter did not want to give up Gabriel, as the dog was finally called. "He is a fighter and still has a lot of life in him," said Wagner. For more than a week, the four-legged friend is already in the shelter. There would have been hundreds of adoption requests during this time. However, Gabriel is not released for at least two months.
But current pictures definitely show that he is on the mend. Meanwhile, he can run independently again and can already get a ball when the nurse gives him one.
Meanwhile, the police are looking for those responsible who have suspended Gabriel. One also asks witnesses for support.