Dog found abandoned outside Cranham charity
THIS DOG was found abandoned and tied up outside the gate of a charity.
Staff at Wanderers Haven Animal Sanctuary in Front Lane, Cranham made the discovery on Thursday January 27 at around 6.25pm.
When they later checked their CCTV cameras they found footage of a woman who walked the dog to the gate and then tied a rope around her leg.
The charity’s manager, David Common claims that recently they have seen an increase in the number of abandoned dogs.
He said: “She is very friendly with other dogs and cats and loves people.
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“I can’t understand why anyone could tie her up and leave her.
“Although we have no background on her, in the short time we’ve had her she has been lovely but we have seen an increase in the number of unwanted animals particulary dogs recently”.
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