Bubbles’ right eye was punctured, she had a deep wound on her face, and scans revealed that her jaw had been shattered and was healing improperly. She can only open her mouth half an inch.
Kilyn Horton Blanchard, and her husband, Ike Blanchard fell in love with the sweet puppy the moment they met her
A computed tomography scan revealed that she was shot through her eye socket, and the bullet rammed her inner ear and jaw. Bubbles was determined to survive whatever life threw at it.
Her bio reads, “Cruelty survivor; at six months old, she was shot in the head.” “I am living a great life now with my new family.”
Poor Bubbles’ right eye was damaged, she had a large wound on her face, and scans showed her jaw was shattered
We love happy endings and wish them for all dogs looking for forever homes! And we are grateful to the adoptive families who provide peaceful and loving homes for these endangered pets.
“Cruelty survivor. At six months old I was shot in the head. Living a great life now with my new family.”
It is perfectly acceptable if one is not a dog lover and does not wish to adopt a dog or other animal. However, it is, however, highly irresponsible to adopt one of these beautiful animals and then start treating them inhumanely, to the extent of giving them gunshot injuries.
Let us all stand together, animal rights activists, to oppose this horrific treatment of helpless animals! Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.