Jun 14 2013
The Daily Mail
Yes, yes, I know all the arguments.
Violence breeds violence. Violence never solved anything. Reacting with violence makes us just as bad as them.
Some cunts need a right fucking pasting that they will never ever forget.
Xray reveals how Lady the adorable black Labrador was shot 100 TIMES with BB gun in horror attack… and survived
- Lady was found wandering around Waldoboro, Maine, two weeks ago when a good Samaritan took her to Lincoln County Animal Shelter
- There, vets discovered 80-100 BBs lodged in the dog’s face, back and legs
- The dog avoided any eye or organ damage and because the BBs are brass she probably doesn’t need to get them removed
- Lincoln County Animal Control and the Waldoboro Police Department are trying to track down her attackers
By HELEN POW
PUBLISHED: 19:36, 13 June 2013 | UPDATED: 20:24, 13 June 2013
A black Labrador is recovering after she was shot up to 100 times with a BB gun.
Lady was found wandering around Waldoboro, Maine, two weeks ago when a good Samaritan took her to Lincoln County Animal Shelter. There, vets discovered 80-100 BBs lodged in the dog’s face, back and legs.
The one-year-old Labrador, who has since been adopted, miraculously escaped any eye or organ damage and is doing well but Lincoln County Animal Control and the Waldoboro Police Department are trying to track down her attackers.
Boothbay Animal Hospital veterinarian Dr Dean Domeyer, who treated Lady, said the BBs appear to be brass and therefore only need to be removed if they start to infect the dog’s skin.
‘She’s a lucky dog,’ Peter Blanton, Lady’s new owner, told WCVB.com.
‘I mean, she doesn’t have any eye damage… and she doesn’t seem to have any organ damage, so I think she’s going to have a wonderful life. She’s very lucky. I think I’m very lucky.’
Dr Domeyer said he thought something was odd when he felt a bump on Lady’s snout after she was first brought to authorities.
‘It wasn’t just another little lump. You could feel something that was hard and round, and it felt like a BB, so we decided to take an X-ray,’ Dr Domeyer told the station.
One X-ray revealed 50 BB pellets in the dog’s head and another showed there were many more scattered throughout her body.
‘There are BBs everywhere. There is one pellet and multiple, multiple BBs,’ said Dr Domeyer.
Dr Domeyer said the dog appears to be happy and healthy enough but they’ll keep monitoring her to ensure she doesn’t develop any health concerns at a later date.
‘It still remains with Lady whether we are going to have to do anything about these BBs or not,’ he said.
‘Right now, none of them pose any threat to her. We have also not done any lead levels or blood cell count to make sure there is no issue, and that’s probably on the docket.’
Meanwhile, the adorable hound is settling in well with her new owner, who is treating her like the high class character she is.
‘In just one day, she follows me like a shadow. She just wants love, and we love her,’ Blanton said.
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Thugs shoot horse in the face with a 20-inch bolt arrow from a CROSSBOW
- The 10-year-old horse has been shot in the face with a crossbow
- Bambi, a chestnut mare, was shot with a 20 inch bolt arrow in Barnsley
- She was spotted by a member of the public on Monday night in a field
- Experts say Bambi was lucky as the arrow went into the sinus four inches deep
By JAYMI MCCANN
PUBLISHED: 15:01, 13 June 2013 | UPDATED: 15:12, 13 June 2013
A 10-year-old horse has been shot in the face with a crossbow in a brutal act of animal cruelty.
The RSPCA is appealing for help after Bambi, a chestnut mare, was shot in the nose with a 20 inch bolt arrow, believed to be fired from a crossbow, in Barnsley, south Yorkshire.
The injured pony was spotted by a horrified member of the public on Monday night at around 7pm in a field in Barnsley.
The member of the public contacted the RSPCA, however inspectors were not able to get near Bambi without causing further distress to the animal.
Inspector Joanne Taylor called out a vet who assessed the horse from a distance and concluded it was safe to leave her until the owners arrived, as to catch her would have caused her more anxiety.
Bambi was taken was to the equine unit of a local vet on Tuesday, where X-rays revealed the arrow had gone into the sinus four inches deep.
The arrow was removed and her puncture wound stitched up.
Her owners, who do not wish to be named, said: ‘We were horrified by what had happened, and so upset to think that someone was wandering around the area brandishing a dangerous weapon.’
Vet Bill Black said: ‘Bambi was extremely lucky that the arrow had not struck her in the forehead as she would have been dead.’
Inspector Taylor said: ‘This was a horrific and deliberate act of animal cruelty on a defenceless animal.
‘The arrow had caused Bambi so much distress, every time she moved she banged it causing her more pain and it really unnerved her, you could tell she was terrified by what had happened.
‘We believe this arrow bolt is likely to have been fired from a cross bow, the bolt had one red and two yellow quills on it.’