A disturbing incident took place on New Year on the streets of Belgrade, Serbia, where a group of heartless or say evil people took an extreme step to hurt the stray dog in the worst possible way by putting a pack of firecrackers in its mouth. The photos below just show how bad the dog was hurt and it is indeed painful to see the speechless creature crying in pain.
Witnesses recall that three men who were under the influence of alcohol ran across the stray dog and decided to hurt him for no reason at all. This is not acceptable by any means and what did the poor soul do? They started to tie up the dog to a pole and put a pack of firecrackers in his mouth. They then stood there and laughed as the fireworks went off. None of the passersby intervened the scene, out of fear of revenge, but they did manage to contact animal rescuers and local police.
The dog was rushed to a nearby veterinary clinic with blood dripping from all his mouth and we are leaving it to your imagination as to how the innocent creature ran through hell-like-experience on this planet. It has been learnt that the firecrackers also destroyed the internal organs, leaving the dog fighting for his life.
Veterinary doctors did everything to save the dog’s life. They even gave shock therapy, but they were no use as the dog died in massive suffering a few hours later. The wrongdoers behind the killing, need to be apprehended as soon as possible and be made responsible for all the severe pain provoked to this gentle creature which did not deserve any of this.
This dreadful incident happened one of Belgrade’s most important boulevards. There are several buildings with surveillance cameras, which should help the cops to begin the investigation with ease.
A dog is a faithful animal and we just can’t figure out how much love dog has for us. It is the only living being that loves you more than it loves himself. That’s the beauty of it. A dog is the most loyal animal, especially to human beings. They don’t talk but they understand people completely based on body language and their behaviours. Please don’t hurt dogs!