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Wednesday, 30 May 2012

The eyes that say 'Who could do such a thing?' Dog starved for TWO MONTHS and found abandoned in box is thinnest RSPCA has ever seen

A dog abandoned in a cardboard box by the side of the road has been described as the ‘thinnest dog ever seen alive’ by the RSPCA after being starved for two months.


The Staffordshire cross, believed to be around two years old, weighed just 17.6lb - half the healthy weight for her breed - and was too weak to swallow any food or drink when she was found.

The animal, handed into an RSPCA centre in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, by a man who didn't give his name was named ‘Hope’ by staff and had to be bound in bubble wrap just to keep her alive.          Read Full

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