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An abused dog could barely move a muscle after rescuers found him left for dead in a trash can

An abused dog could barely move a muscle after rescuers found him left for dead in a trash can.

Unfortunately, we live in a world where people hurt other bullies just for fun. It serves no purpose, but it always entertains the crazies who feel the need to do such terrible things. Pets are usually the most abused creatures because you can’t control what goes on behind unrestricted doors.

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Some people just don’t live up to the trust that was placed in them when they decided to borrow a pet. Pets are majestic, loving, and caring brutes, some people say that we don’t deserve to have them in our lives since they are so pure and loving and that the most mortal beings are not exactly the style that humanity could offer.

Watching these amazing dogs suffer is truly depressing and distressing. Charlie, the chopped bull, was cruelly abused, and the way he was planted is truly heartbreaking.

Yet Charlie would probably have decomposed in that dump, all covered in webs if it weren’t for a good Samaritan. Nikki Rubino helped Charlie lie in the garbage next to a dumpster, with dirt and trash all around him and several head wounds.

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This is a truly depressing and heartbreaking sight, no animal deserves to be treated this way.

Charlie the bull with a hole in his back was most likely going to die if it wasn’t for Nikki Rubino, the Good Samaritan who helped him.

Nikki was made aware of the situation after being tagged on a Facebook post about the dog seen in the junkyard next to a recreation center. Nikki has been caring for pets for many years, and it was without hesitation that she realized that the poor dog needed to be rescued as soon as possible or he would not make it.

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Charlie was completely motionless when she approached him to try to untie the string that bound him to a post. It was a miracle that he was able to move his head.

Charlie was completely immobile in the morning, he had to fight to stay alive.

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The poor canine had to be rushed to the Philadelphia Veterinary Hospital, and Nikki and her friend had to drive them there themselves. Since his appearance, his condition has been very variable, but the two-year-old Pitbull is lucky to have a whole group of supporters who are doing everything they can to help him heal.

“The following printout is hard to look at but important,” the Philadelphia Animal Hospital wrote on Facebook.

The sanatorium reflected on the unfortunate incident and expressed its full support. “It’s a tragedy when innocent creatures are treated this way, and we hope this incident is not isolated.

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Charlie’s condition is currently stable, and he is receiving all the care he needs.

“Charlie is a really sweet dog and is in stable condition. “The stages are “taking every measure to make sure he recovers. ”

The PSPCA implanted a microchip in Charlie as part of their clinic-based vaccination services. Charlie’s injuries indicate that he may have been used as bait in dog fights.

Donations have been pouring in for Charlie. Yet, according to the Philadelphia Veterinary Hospital, future donations should be directed to the City of Elderly Love Save a Senior Pet.

Charlie is being monitored and cared for free of charge by the Veterinary Hospital of Philadelphia,

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“While not a typical rescue, Charlie’s awful finders brought him to the right place,” the City of Elderly Love wrote on Facebook. “The Philadelphia Veterinary Hospital will care for him and treat him for free, and we will handle his post-recovery care. We are hopeful that the amazing Philadelphia Animal Law Enforcement Platoon will be able to bring Charlie’s abusers to justice.”

Charlie is being monitored and cared for free of charge by the Veterinary Hospital of Philadelphia.

However, the fear that Charlie might develop sepsis as a result of his injuries is still of relatively great concern to the crocodiles. Yet there are positive signs that he is recovering relatively well, as three days after his release he is already “happily sprinting around the sanatorium.”

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We are so grateful for people like Nikki and the rescuers, without them this would not have been possible and they deserve all the praise they get. They saved a helpless dog’s life and made sure he recovered well, and thanks to them, he is now a happy, healthy dog!

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