Target: Camelia M. Valdes, Passaic County Prosecutor
Goal: Dedicate more resources to find and prosecute person who threw emaciated dog from a moving car.
An emaciated dog was tossed out of a moving vehicle and left for dead. The dog was unable to walk and smelled like fecal matter. Demand justice for this innocent dog.
The car slowed down only long enough to push a small dog out of its passenger-side door. The Shih Tzu, named Grant by his rescuers, was completely emaciated and covered in so many mats that only his nose and tongue were visible. Weighing only six pounds, he was so weak that he could hardly walk.
The Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge found Grant and rushed him to New Jersey’s Oradell Animal Hospital for treatment. He is receiving 24-hour care and hopefully will recover. Sign below to demand the maximum penalty in this case.
Dear Prosecutor Valdes,
A dog was thrown from a moving car and left for dead. He was so emaciated that all of his bones showed through his skin. We demand justice for this innocent dog.
Grant, a Shih Tzu, suffered horrific neglect prior to his rescue. He had three-inch-deep mats covering his eyes, making it impossible for him to see. Horrifically underweight, Grant was too weak to walk and suffered from severe dental disease.
The people responsible for this neglect could face multiple counts of abandoning an animal and inflicting unnecessary pain to a living creature. We demand that you do everything to catch these individuals and recommend the maximum penalty by law.
[Your Name Here]
Photo Credit: The Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge