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CCTV Footage of Puppy Chasing After Owner's Car, Becomes a Raging Hit

by Savitha C Muppala on December 18, 2013 at 11:58 PM
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 CCTV Footage of Puppy Chasing After Owner's Car, Becomes a Raging Hit

In a touching CCTV footage, the owners of a puppy are seen leaving their little dog outside an animal center and without a home before Christmas.

The footage shows the owners leaving the puppy and driving off at a great speed and the puppy chasing after the car.


This scene was caught on CCTV and one can see the puppy being dumped and the car speeding off.

Fortunately, two members of the public who found her at the gates of the RSPCA Animal Centre in Birmingham picked up the animal.

Workers at the centre have felt saddened after watching the incident and have said that every pet had the right to be loved for life.

"Dumping them is not acceptable - pets are a lifelong commitment and people need to think carefully before getting a pet as animals have the right to be loved for life. It is even more upsetting that this has been done just before Christmas."

Source: Medindia


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