Justice for Puppy Severely Mutilated and Left in Woods

Target: Michael Wendling, St. Clair County Prosecuting Attorney

Goal: Seek maximum penalty for owner who allegedly mutilated her puppy and left the animal in the woods.

A pit bull puppy, who was reportedly severely mutilated, was found coming out of the woods. The puppy was severely wounded and had to be taken to the critical care unit. The dog had severe wounds, including “one on the side of her neck here that you can’t really see and one on top of her head,” said Jaimi Quesada, of Oakland Veterinary Referral Services. The puppy was named Amari because it means miracle. Amari has endured extensive surgeries, and her entire head is still wrapped in bandages as she heals.

The owner, 31-year-old Jennifer Visga, was arrested for her connection to the case, although what she did to the poor puppy remains unclear. The owner, who was charged with nothing but a measly misdemeanor, was released on bond. Someone deliberately mutilated this animal, then left it in the woods. Whoever is responsible for this should serve the maximum possible penalty. Please add your signature to the petition below to demand justice for this innocent puppy.


Dear Mr. Wendling,

A pit bull puppy was reportedly found stumbling from the woods with severe wounds on her body. The poor dog had apparently been mutilated and left in the woods to die an agonizing death. The owner, Jennifer Visga, is currently facing charges in connection with the case.

We, the undersigned, are calling on you to ensure justice for this innocent puppy. Please seek the maximum penalty possible for the person who sadistically mutilated this animal.


[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: Max Schneider

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  1. Dear Mr. Wendling;

    I do not know where this obscene phenomenon started, but everyone should be intensely concerned about it, and who might be behind this idea. I hope you can find out where the person who did this got the idea to do it. Government should publicize the problem of sick people influencing people to do things hardly ever-if at all-heard of in the U.S. Please.

  2. I’ll take care of that bitch

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