TEMPE, Ariz. — It’s a cheerful ending for a candy pet who suffered unimaginable abuse by the hands of his former proprietor.
The four-month-previous Golden retriever, now named “Raine,” has been nursed again to well being, and on Friday was adopted by the one that rescued him.
An ASU scholar had been listening to what seemed like an animal in misery for months.
In early January, she was lastly capable of find the condo the place the pet was whimpering and crying.
Police say it seems that the canine’s proprietor, 21-yr-previous Shundong Hu, had been beating the pet with a metallic rod.
“Raine was unable to flee or defend itself from the metallic rod or Hu,” the arresting officer wrote in a report.
Hu was arrested and booked into the Tempe Police Jail on felony animal cruelty costs. Hu is a Chinese language nationwide school scholar with no ties to the group, police stated.
After looking Hu’s condominium, officers stated they discovered two cats who additionally seemed to be abused. In line with the Arizona Humane Society, one cat has trauma to its mouth, the opposite was crushed so badly it’s eye is indifferent from the socket.
Hu might face further costs in connection to the cats’ accidents.
The pet was taken into the loving care of the Arizona Humane Society.
Raine had suffered tissue swelling, bruising and lacerations however no vital injury to the cranium, stated veterinarians at AHS’s Second Probability Animal Trauma Hospital.
Nonetheless, veterinarians stated the little canine’s prognosis was good.
“Regardless of all he has been via, this little pup is so resilient and spirited and chooses to spend his time enjoying and curled up in individuals’s laps,” AHS stated in a press release.
AHS continued to look after Raine for a number of weeks. The shelter was flooded with emails and telephone calls from individuals who heard Raine’s story and needed to undertake him. Greater than 300 individuals had come ahead providing their residence and their love
In the long run, the shelter determined to not have an adoption drawing. Staffers felt the individual most deserving of taking Raine residence was the lady who saved him.