Two Pit Bull Puppies Abandoned in Freezing Park Deserve Justice

Target: Avon Police Chief Jeffery Bukunt

Goal: Get justice for the two puppies left to die in a freezing park.

Winter is here, and for pet owners that means keeping their furry family members safe and cozy until the spring. Unless, that is, you are the owner of two Pit bulls that were found dumped in a park in Avon, Massachusetts. It’s lucky the pair was found, as one officer commented that “they wouldn’t have survived in the cold much longer.”

The two Pit bulls are each just a year old – practically puppies. They were dangerously skinny when they were rescued, though it is unclear if they had been abandoned for a long time, or if whoever had them wasn’t bothering to give them proper care and sustenance. Either way, when they were saved, they had hardly anything to insulate them from the Massachusetts winter.

Whoever did this to them didn’t break their spirits. But until the perpetrators are found and brought to justice, who knows what other animals they may be abusing. They dumped these two animals when there were many local shelters with warm beds, food, and veterinary care that would have taken them in. They tried to kill these dogs, and they must be stopped until they risk any more lives.

Sign the petition to ask that the Avon Police do everything in their power to find who dumped this pair of bonded Pit bulls.


Dear Chief Bukunt,

Recently two Pit bull puppies were found shivering in the cold in a park in your town. They were entirely skin and bones, though whether that was due to the period of abandonment or the lack of care from their previous owners is unclear. What is clear, however, is that their suffering was intentional. There were a plethora of local shelters that these dogs could have been taken to, but they were left to die in the frigid Massachusetts winter.

These animals are fortunately ok, but until the people who did this are brought to justice there is no telling what other animals they may be abusing. It is vital that they are found. Please, make sure that whoever left these two bonded Pit bulls to die never hurt any more animals.


[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: kemorgan65


  1. jackie Pflucker says:


  2. Milantia Roy says:

    Too bad they don’t know who that piece of scum is to subject him or her to two days out there when the temperature is below zero – no food, no water and no rags to cover …

  3. Teresa Zamalloa says:

    We thank you the Avon Police for rescuing those puppies and at the same time ask you to please try your best to find the miserable who dumped this pair of bonded Pit bulls.

  4. sylvia vegas says:

    Such wicked people should go through the same thing and sent somewhere where they can’t even hurt a fly

  5. Agree all comments catch these cunts and tie them up in freezing weather. What’s wrong with people dont want a animal dont fucken get one these innocent animals dont come to your house. Laws need to change to own buy sell animals. Need to have a permit and check before a purchase of a animal. These countries need to get there bloody act together and punish these people harshly. NO EXCEPTION FOR ANIMAL CRUELTY.

  6. Reward: $30,000 That should be enough to find him or her. Once found, life without parole or put him in a cage outside near Avon, Mass in the Winter. Soon enough, daisies.

  7. Michelle Stewart says:

    The bastard(s) that did this must be found and charged. Must spend 10 years in prison with no early parole, pay a $500,000 fine, and be banned for life from owning or going near any animals ever again. Real justice would be to put him in the middle of nowhere, in the freezing cold, with absolutely nothing, and let him struggle to survive. Maybe wild animals would turn him into lunch

  8. I hope the bastards freeze to death scum

  9. These animal abusing cretins must have the death penalty implemented.I am ready,willing and able to help with this procedure!

  10. Evan Jane Kriss says:

    ABANDONMENT OF ANIMALS SHOULD BE A CRIME. Find those responsible and prosecute to the fullest extent of the law for egregious animal cruelty. BAN them from ever purchasing, owning, caring for or working with any animals ever again.

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