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Four tortured puppies covered in hot tar and left for dead by cruel thugs
Four tortured puppies lie prone on the ground after a thug covered them in hot tar in this disturbing picture.
The vulnerable hounds are slumped pitifully, their legs and underbellies coated in the viscous black muck.
It is just the latest shocking incident in a string of attacks which has seen young dogs targeted by cruel yobs.
These four victims were unable to move and were brought in a critical condition to vet Sorin Puiu’s clinic in the city of Iasi, in north-eastern Romania.
According to the ‘Justice for Animals’ NGO, who shared the pictures of the poor animals’ ordeal online, this is just the most recent of a series of similar attacks.
Two other cases of puppies being tarred have been discovered over the last month and Catalin Pavaliu, head of the ‘SKY Foundation For Animal Rights’, said: "We’re starting to think that there’s someone in the city who does these kinds of cruel acts on purpose."
Vet Sorin Puiu, who had to anaesthetise the poor dogs to remove the tar, said: "The puppies were in a critical condition but they are now stable.
"One of them had a particularly tough time: he had his left eye, his nose and his mouth all covered in tar. We could really use some kind of animal police institution right now."
According to Romanian law, animal torturers - if found guilty - can face from two months to a year in prison.
However, only one person has so far been convicted of that offence.
The convict in question, not named, received a suspended seven-month prison sentence for killing several dogs.
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