Dog Reportedly Imprisoned in Filthy Cage Without Water Deserves Justice

Target: Plymouth County, Massachusetts District Attorney Tim Cruz

Goal: Give man just punishment for allegedly keeping dog in unbearable filth without adequate food or water.

A female pit bull type dog was reportedly found living inside a cage filled with waste, disgusting rags, empty water bowls, and stale, dry food. Brandon Davis was arrested in connection with the crime. He needs to spend time in prison and be banned from owning pets if it is found he committed this inexcusable act of animal cruelty.

According to authorities, the dog was only let out of her cage to go outside. She reportedly did not have any water. Police further said that the dog was emaciated, and they immediately took her to a local veterinary hospital. Although the veterinarian indicated that the dog would recover, she will apparently need a great deal of treatment and time before she will be in a healthier state.

Davis was arrested and charged with animal cruelty and having unauthorized ammunition inside his home. It is important that Davis spend time in jail and not be allowed to have more pets if he is found guilty of this senseless animal abuse.


Dear District Attorney Cruz,

Brandon Davis was recently arrested for allegedly keeping a large female dog inside a dirty cage filled with urine and feces, used rags, several bowls, and scattered food. It is important that he be held responsible for this crime and further that he no longer be allowed to own pets if it is discovered he abused this animal.

Reports state that the cage was only opened a few times a day to take the dog out in the yard. It is also thought that water was not provided to her on a regular basis. Authorities further reported that she was too thin before taking her to a local veterinary hospital. While the victim is expected to survive, the veterinarian said treatment will be expensive and that a full recovery will take an extensive amount of time.

Police not only arrested Davis for animal abuse, but he was also charged with not having the proper license to possess the type of ammunition allegedly found at his residence.

I therefore demand you suggest Davis receive the strictest sentence that the law will allow and that you further suggest he no longer be allowed to be around animals if he is found guilty of mistreating this feeble dog.


[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Dante Alighieri



  1. Gabriela Torres says:

    Dear District Attorney Cruz,
    When are they going to finally give a law so that all those criminals go directly to prison for at least 10 years and impose a fine that must be paid in full at the time they serve their sentence? It is time for the poor animals to stop suffering at the hands of heartless monsters …

    • jackie Pflucker says:

      But most of all, there should a Registry where their names and photos should be registered as ‘animal abusers’ – same as they do with pedophiles.

  2. Teresa Zamalloa says:

    Too bad we can’t get rid of those bastards on the spot …

  3. Maria X. Carbonell says:

    Such a handsome girl being wasted away by that coward … she should be taken away from him in hopes someone will adopt her! and he sent to jail for quite some time.

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