Fairytale ending as Worcester stray dog Cinders rescued - The Worcester Observer

Fairytale ending as Worcester stray dog Cinders rescued

Worcester Editorial 21st Mar, 2024   0

IT WAS a fairy tale ending for a nightmare of suffering for Worcester stray dog Cinders, who was found in an appalling condition when taken in by the County’s Regulatory Services.

The dog was found in Worcester on February 28 with fur loss and diarrhoea.

Cinders was also starving and had unclipped nails so long they dug into her paws.

Cinders, whose temperament is described as outstanding, was taken to the vets for immediate treatment.

WRS Animal Welfare Officer Pip Griffin said: “This dot of a dog must have been in terrible pain after being left in such an appalling condition.

“How someone can neglect an animal and watch them suffer makes me question any faith I have left in human nature.

“Something as simple as cutting her nails would have relieved the pain.

“I understand that with the cost of living, pets can become expensive and this should always be considered before getting a dog.

“But rather than struggle and make the pet pay the price with suffering, please seek help.”

Call 01905 822799 if you have any information about Cinders or are struggling to cope with your pet.


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