Justice for Dog Burned by Chemicals

Target: Greg Champagne, Sheriff of Louisiana’s St. Charles District

Goal: Find and prosecute animal abuser who doused innocent dog with chemicals.

An innocent dog was found near death, covered with horrific chemical burns in a Louisiana flower bed. The owner of the flower bed rushed the dog to the animal hospital, thankfully ensuring the animal’s survival, but the damage done is severe, and it is said that his recovery will be “long and painful.” According to reports, the dog was purposefully doused with dangerous chemicals and left for dead. Unfortunately, the culprit has yet to be found or identified.

We cannot let this criminal remain at large. It is all too clear that whoever they are, they intended to kill this dog slowly and painfully; it was a major stroke of luck that the poor creature was rescued in time to save his life, but the damage done is still monumental. Also unknown is whether or not the dog was owned by someone; there is a chance this was someone else’s pet, stolen and viciously attacked.

PETA is said to be offering a big cash reward to whoever can provide them with information, and this is the only known investigation attempt thus far. We must aid in the capture of this criminal and demand they face justice. Sign this petition to see justice done for the poor dog victimized by this mysterious culprit.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Sheriff Champagne,

A local man found an innocent dog near death in his flower bed. The poor creature was covered in chemical burns due to an unknown assailant’s attempt to murder him; the dog was rushed to the animal hospital in time to save his life, but his recovery will be a long and painful process. Worse, the crime has allegedly yet to be reported to any authorities.

The culprit has yet to be identified or found, and the only known investigation attempt is PETA’s offer of a large cash reward in exchange for any information. Your state must wholly look into this incident so that the dog’s attempted murderer can be apprehended and punished as soon as possible. This innocent dog did not deserve such a brutal assault, and it is frankly a miracle he is alive right now, as chemical burns are often fatal. Please aid in finding this abuser and ensuring they face justice.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: PETA

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8 Comments

  1. Find the monster who did this!

  2. This s a horrid and dangerous crime. It will be a person next.There are too many crimes that go unpunished as the culprit is unknown. They have to be caught- the more who get away with it, the more idiots will try it. Meaningful punishments are needed to really deter the mindless from offending.

  3. This is a degraded vile creature animated by hatred, and venomous rage. Should and must be punished as a felon. Such evil individuals are indeed among us and usually exhibit their psychopathic anger first on innocent animals , or other vulnerable individuals who cannot fight back. This man and other like him are a waste of space on earth.

  4. lynn woods says:

    the monster who did needs to be found and then throw chemicals on him may he burn in hell

  5. Beth Marie says:

    We demand this monster is found, threat to society!

  6. michelle mitchell says:

    I am ready,willing and able to help enact the required permanent payback on this POS and any other animal abuser!

  7. Robyn Wilson says:

    I have filled out so many of these petitions which I think is important but why can’t my info be saved like it is on other sites. To enter everything over and over again is not necessary. There has to be a way to keep my info in the same requested info. Please. Thank you. Robyn Wilson

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