Once again, a case of animal abuse in the country has surfaced on social networks, this time the owner of a husky dog who announced that his pet was scalded with boiling oil in Zihuatanejo, Guerrero.
According to the accounts of young Patricia Arleens, the events occurred over a weekend, when “Lobo” as her dog was called, was intentionally doused with boiling oil in order to run from a neighbor’s food business.
Arellanes reported that she was unaware that Lobo and her other puppy had escaped from their home through a hole in the fence and then into the home of their neighbors, who have a business, however, she said it was not possible to commit. There was no excuse for misbehaving against your dog.
“About two weeks ago, a wolf passed by and one of my neighbors threw boiling oil on my dog to drive it away. It is noteworthy that one of my neighbors has a food business and another has a business around the corner,” he wrote.
After what happened, only 10-month-old ‘Lobito’ suffered third-degree burns on his back and right leg, which is why he cries out in pain every time his wounds are treated.
“She cries at night because she can’t stand the pain.”
“Lobo” is being cared for by a vet and an assistant, who have explained that it will initially be a long and painful recovery for the dog, although some of the burns are already healing.
They’ll be looking for the culprit of burning their puppy
Finally, Arlens points out that he unfortunately does not have conclusive evidence to find the person who committed the crime of animal abuse, however, he confirms that he suspects his neighbor because he had a case of boiling oil. There is a connection because he has a food business.
“I would like to clarify that I do not have compelling evidence to directly indicate, if it was so, I would have proceeded legally, it is still being investigated but it is also true that only my food in that area The selling point is the neighbor,” said the owner of the little wolf.
It should be noted that unfortunately the animal protection laws in Guerrero are not as strict as in Mexico City, where a man has already been arrested for throwing a dog into a pot of boiling oil in the state of Tacomac.