- Northumberland, England -
Northumberland County Council is looking for the person(s) who dumped the sweet 3-year-old pup in the pictures.
She was found by the side of the road in Blyth and rescued by animal welfare officers following a call from a member of the public.
The furbaby has now been named Tiggy.
As you can see from the pictures, Tiggy is just skin and bones, she has lost most of her fur leaving her frame exposed.
Tiggy is now in the care of a foster home organized through Berwick Animal Rescue Kennels.
She is on a special diet which will help her regain some weight.
Tiggy was not microchipped when she was rescued so authorities are relying on the public’s assistance to track down whoever did this to her.
A council animal welfare officer said: “This is a shocking and inexcusable case of neglect and we are very keen to get to the bottom of how she came to be in such an emaciated condition and bring the person(s) responsible to account.”
Someone knows, someone has seen something and that someone must come forward and speak up on behalf of Tiggy.
Anyone with any information related to this case please contact the Animal Welfare Team on 0345 600 6400 or by email to Animal.Welfare@northumberland.gov.uk in the strictest of confidence.
*Voice For Us believes that not reporting animal cruelty is the same as committing it!*
Pictures via Berwick Animal Rescue Kennels.