Silent puppies discovered in a dirty crate, but rescuers figured out the reason why
Two young doggies named Wilson and Violet were discovered in a dark cage with hair ties around their mouths.
The poor dogs, both around seven weeks old, received another opportunity at life after they were rescued from dreadful conditions in a Wichita apartment recently.
Wilson and Violet were shouting in agony when the rubber bands are being removed.
In an interview with Inside Edition, the Wichita Animal Action League's executive director, Sarah Coffman, said, “The vet thinks we got them just in time before the rubber bands embedding on their skin.”
Follow us on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa, to learn more and scroll down to watch the heartbreaking moment when the little dogs are finally released from those brutal tight bands in the video below.
HAD BEEN SILENCED WITH RUBBER BANDS
Wilson and Violet were found in an apartment after a maintenance worker was trying to fix a busted pipe inside a housing complex.
The worker immediately smelled feces and urine and spotted the puppies confined in a small crate with a blanket in a corner.
"He couldn’t figure out why they were quiet," Coffman said. “He shined a flashlight and saw that they had something wrapped around their muzzles to keep them from opening their mouth and making noises.”
Realizing the situation, he called an acquaintance who he knew worked for Wichita Animal Action League.
THEY ACTED FAST
Animal control and Coffman promptly responded to the apartment, and the pooches were taken to a vet.
According to Coffman, Wilson and Violet just cried each time their noses are being touched.
She said that the two are kind and loving regardless of what they have suffered.
“We took them outside for the first time," she said. "Seeing them get to be dogs was really awesome."
The pups are staying in a foster home as their noses heal. They will eventually be put up for adoption.
ANOTHER INNOCENT ANIMAL IS BEING ABUSED
The new depths individuals sink to in the way they treat animals are really shocking despite all the terrible stories surrounding animal cruelty.
In another instance, Matt McMichael, from Oregon, didn't like the dog's barking, so he chose to bring matters into his very own hands.
McMichael placed a zip tie around its muzzle and posted a photo of the poor dog on social media.
In the caption, he said that this was the ideal solution for dogs who barked excessively.
However, McMichael quickly deleted the post after the wave of condemnation his post aroused.
Though he laughed off the post as "a joke" both the general population and the police are taking it very seriously, and he may end up facing charges of animal cruelty.
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