Skip to comments.Heartbreaking video shows abandoned puppy desperately chase owner's SUV in vain
Posted on 05/20/2014 12:26:28 PM PDT by lowbridge
A Nevada woman who returned home to find an abandoned puppy outside her door was disgusted when she reviewed security camera footage and found that the dog had been cruelly left behind.
Toni Luisi of Henderson, Nevada, has released the heartbreaking footage in a bid to help find the dog who she has named Graci - a loving home and shame the owner who abandoned her.
I mean, how do they treat their children if this is how they treat their dog? said Luisi.
Luisi returned home on May 5 to find the distressed puppy loitering around outside the gates of her home.
Initially she thought the dog must belong to someone nearby, but when she reviewed the video footage she was shocked at what she saw.
An SUV had slowly driven into the cul-du-sac where she lives and then let the animal out before quickly driving off while the confused puppy tried to follow.
I just feel really bad that someone could actually just open the car door and just dump this beautiful animal, Luisi told KTLA.
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Anyone interested in giving Graci a good home should email: firstname.lastname@example.org
That is seriously fupped uck.
Just make sure it is not Obama, or his cook...
I already have three dogs, or I’d take her...
Damn, I love dogs more than I do most people... dogs don’t f*** each other.
That’s going to be quite a large dog when it’s grown.
I cannot even watch it.
I live 18 miles outside a college town off a main drag through the forest. Every time a semester ends the college kids bring their kittens and puppies out to the “woods” and let them go. The dogs often try to stop cars by standing in the road and barking. I’ll come by later and they’ll be dead. I suspect the thinking is, “I’ll let them go in the woods.” Well, house pets abandoned in the woods are known as food. Or, perhaps they’re thinking somebody will adopt them. Well, what, all twenty or thirty of them?
Girls, boys, here’s a note. If your potential mate is willing to abandon a house pet they’re probably sociopaths.
Me neither. I started to, then shut it off.
Those people are complete a-holes.
Saw the video last night and it broke my heart..luckily a nice lady living on that block found her and has decided to keep her(Unless something has changed) such a cutie, I would take her, but Im bias, I would take in all abandoned doggies if I could
wow.. thanks for posting.
why do we need to see this?
We think something like that happened to our cat - my husband and daughter found her - or she found them - while out deer hunting. She’s been the best cat ever.
“Shes been the best cat ever.”
I think abandoned animals realize quickly that life is better from a can. My cat’s very appreciative too. (Although, she will play hard to please just to see if there is something better on offer that I’ve been holding back.)
I think this is what happened to our dog we have now. He is a doll.
My daughter insists that, as the cat bounded over the snow toward them, she was mewing: “Humans! I’m saved!” When we have guests, she greets them. When they leave, she wanders around the house, looking for them. She’s about as friendly a cat as I’ve ever met.
Frank Capra's Why We Fight comes to mind.
Someone abandoned a kitten at my pastor’s house. When he rescued him, the kitten was sickly and so badly flea bitten that his gums were white from lack of blood. My pastor couldn’t keep him because his wife and daughter are both allergic to cats so he came home with us. Today Charlie is a sleek and happy cat who loves to lie down and snuggle with anyone on the couch.
Thanks for sharing that. I love a happy ending!
“Humans! Im saved! “
I have, in weak moments, tried to save a couple of abandoned kittens. But I must seem very scary. I never managed to get them to come to me.
I’m afraid to pick up the dogs. Also, it cost money to take them to the pound and I’ve not had work for over a year. I’m living off my 401k. (Victim of the Obama economy.)
My Pound Pup was found wandering down a country road.
No doubt some idiot had done this to her.
Their loss and my gain, as she is the sweetest dog I’ve ever had.
I had stopped at a rural crossroads just out side of the college town Corvalis, OR and had a small puppy come out of the brush to my car. I was young and had never heard of the dispicable act of dumping puppies like that. I sincerely thought it belonged to a nearby farm house and took it there. The very kind lady said it was not hers but she took it in. Probably wasn’t the first time she took in throw aways. That puppy was young & small enough not to have made it through the night if I had not come upon it.
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