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UPDATE (9/30/2021): A spokesperson with the Royal Society for the Protection of Animals (RSPCA) told Lady Freethinker that tragically no one was connected to the killing of this sweet 10-week old puppy.

“Our officer carried out enquiries in the local area, and we tried to trace who was responsible,” the spokesperson said. “Unfortunately, I don’t believe we were able to trace anybody in connection with this.”
We thank the more than 40,700 people who signed our petition demanding justice for this innocent puppy. We are heartbroken that no one was connected to this crime, and we hope that the puppy is now resting in peace. We will continue to do all we can to raise awareness about cases like this and to push for thorough investigations to hold animal abusers accountable.


The lifeless body of 10-week-old puppy laid concealed in a pink M&S Percy Pig bag on top of garbage bins in Kent, England, before being discovered by a passerby.

Veterinarians who examined the tiny pup’s mutilated and bloody body confirmed he had a broken neck and  illegally cropped ears that had become infected.

Authorities determined the person responsible for puppy’s death may have deliberately snapped his neck after the puppy fell ill from the infection, Kent Live reported.

Animal Officer Brian Milligan said a non-professional apparently had performed the cruel cropping and then left the dog’s wounds unstitched. He said the poor “do-it-yourself” job likely led to significant blood loss, infection, and suffering for the pup. 

Whoever mutilated this defenseless puppy and dumped his body like trash must answer for their crimes. Sign this petition urging Kent Police to use all available resources to identify and arrest the suspect(s) in this heartbreaking and inexcusable case of animal abuse.

This is an ongoing investigation. Anyone with information is urged to contact the RSPCA’s emergency hotline at 0300 123 8018.