Puppy Allegedly Splashed With Boiling Water Deserves Justice

Target: Fani Willis, Fulton County District Attorney, Georgia, USA

Goal: Initiate a thorough investigation and prosecute those responsible for Elsie’s alleged abuse.

In a recent, heart-wrenching event, an 11-week-old puppy named Elsie allegedly encountered one of the most heinous acts of cruelty. According to Angels Among Us Pet Rescue, Inc., Elsie was brought to an emergency room with grave burns. It is believed that the injuries stemmed from being dunked in or splashed with boiling water by a young child. This incident not only highlights an appalling act of alleged abuse but also underscores a significant lapse in responsibility and care.

Further details reveal the complexity of Elsie’s case, including the challenge investigators face in locating the owners. This difficulty adds another layer to the already distressing situation, complicating efforts to ensure justice. The narrative shared by the rescue’s volunteers paints a grim picture of the rising trend in animal abuse cases, with Elsie’s story standing out due to its particularly disturbing nature. Her young age and vulnerability make the alleged actions against her even more reprehensible.

The demand for justice goes beyond seeking retribution for a single act of alleged cruelty; it embodies a call for systemic change. To prevent further incidents of this nature, those responsible for Elsie’s reported suffering must be held accountable. This case serves as a stark reminder of the need for vigilance and stringent enforcement of animal welfare laws. Take immediate action.


Dear DA Fani Willis,

The heartbreaking case of Elsie, an 11-week-old puppy allegedly subjected to severe burns, has come to our attention, prompting outrage and a deep sense of injustice in the community. According to reports from Angels Among Us Pet Rescue, Inc., Elsie’s injuries were the result of either being dunked in or having boiling water poured on her by a young child. This alleged act of cruelty not only resulted in Elsie’s untimely and painful death but also highlighted disturbing neglect and abuse towards innocent animals.

The details of Elsie’s suffering and the subsequent challenges faced by investigators in locating her owners have raised serious concerns about our collective responsibility towards animal welfare. The increase in animal abuse cases, as noted by the volunteers at Angels Among Us Pet Rescue, Inc., calls for an urgent review and reinforcement of our legal and moral obligations to protect those who cannot speak for themselves. Elsie’s story, while exceptionally tragic, is not unique, underscoring the necessity for a more proactive and punitive approach to such crimes.

We, therefore, urge you to initiate a comprehensive investigation into Elsie’s alleged abuse and to prosecute those responsible to the fullest extent of the law. This petition represents a collective demand for justice, not only for Elsie but for all animals who have suffered at the hands of cruelty. Let Elsie’s case be a catalyst for change, ensuring stricter enforcement of animal welfare laws and fostering a society that unequivocally condemns and punishes animal abuse.


[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: Alby Headrick


  1. An 11 week old puppy had to suffer such extreme torture. All at the hands of a child? Where were the parents? There is much to be answered in this case. The pain of this tragedy and the suffering is beyond imagination. The aisles need to answer to the law, they need to pay for all the medical expense for Elsie and her recovery plus rehoming. These people need to not have any animals in their home nor be around any animals as they are not responsible adults. The child who was involved needs to visit zoos to see animals as she has not been taught love or kindness or else the child needs help for a mental problem or other problems. No more animals in their care ever again.

  2. The ‘young child’ who scalded Elsie is a future serial killer.

  3. Sherry Akridge says:

    The parents should be held responsible for the actions of this “young child”
    The child should have had supervision, not allowed to be assaulting animals and causing grave burns!

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