Puppy Doe has gained national attention after this defenseless puppy was beaten, stabbed, starved and burned, then dropped off in a Quincy Park with broken bones. The pit bull puppy was very close to death. Police want to find the parties responsible for the sadistic torture of Puppy Doe as their worries not only extend to other animals possibly being tortured, but their concerns encompass people too.
The Huffington Post on Sept. 23, describes the people responsible for this as very sick minded, which an understatement. Someone left Puppy Doe so badly mutilated that she had to be euthanized. Veterinarians working on Puppy Doe were sickened by her state, Dr. Martha Smith-Blackmore, who performed the puppy’s autopsy, found all the horrific hidden injuries that weren’t as obvious upon the initial examination as the rest of her wounds.
This included the puppy’s tongue being slit and her eyes stabbed, which adds more evidence of the dimension of evil they’re dealing with here. Law Enforcement are concerned that, along with other animals, these people might soon or possibly already have graduated to torturing defenseless people, reports Boston.com.
“It is highly unlikely that this level of sadistic cruelty could be shown to one animal and not be part of a pattern involving other animals or perhaps vulnerable people. We need to find the person who did this and see what else they are doing,” said Norfolk District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey.
Rewards are offered and names are mounting quickly on petitions, all in hopes of finding the person or people who did this. The original owner of the dog has come forward, Laura Hankins. She said she originally purchased the puppy on Craigslist, but her landlord eventually told her the puppy had to go. She put the puppy back on Craigslist and a woman answered the ad.
The woman was from Grafton and seemed “wonderful” said Hankins. She even sent updates on the puppy, but they stopped in July. Some of the pictures online are the pictures the new owner sent showing how great the puppy looked, but something changed. A memorial for Puppy Doe near the playground where she was dumped by the people who did this to her.