Puppy Abandoned in Park with “Free” and “Good Home” Written on Her in Marker
Last Friday, the Executive Director of Ohio’s Ross County Humane Society, Jenn Thomas, woke up to terrible news.
It’s “7:00 am and the people of our community have not ceased to amaze me and not in a good way,” Thomas wrote on her Facebook page, referring to the abandoned puppy just found left in a cage.
Thomas’ outrage didn’t stem just from finding an abandoned puppy so early in the morning, which unfortunately, is a common occurrence across the states. She was also angry at how the puppy was abandoned. Someone had written “free,” “good home,” and some other unintelligible words in permanent marker all over its fur.
“This is not acceptable,” Thomas wrote emphatically. “This is why we run around trying to scoop up puppies before they end up in homes that can’t take care of them, won’t get them fixed, tie them to a dog box, or worse. This is why we are such advocates to the point of annoyance with spay/neuter.”