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Dog Abandoned in Park With Heartbreaking Note on Collar


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An deserted canine was discovered with a heartbreaking be aware hooked up to his collar at an Australian park in January, only one occasion of 1000’s the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has handled over the previous yr.

The be aware left on Charlie, a 1-year-old American Staffordshire, stated he couldn’t keep at his earlier location because the proprietor feared for his security. The RSPCA Queensland wrote in an April 10 Instagram publish that the state of affairs is “extremely unhappy” for Charlie and the household.

“Unfortunately my mum and pop wanted to depart me behind for my very own security and theirs,” the be aware learn. “If I stayed the place I used to be the unhealthy man would have harm me and mum and pop would haven’t any home.”

The be aware additionally shared extra about Charlie’s character. He loves folks, however he wants time to really feel snug, which is what the RSPCA Queensland seen when he was introduced into their shelter by the stranger who discovered him.

Dog abandonded with note
Photos of a be aware that was left with Charlie the canine (proper) when he was deserted at a park. The be aware stated Charlie was not protected if he stayed the place he was.

RSPCA Queensland

Charlie took time to deal with shelter life, however as he began to loosen up and spend time with folks within the places of work, he got here out of his shell. The publish stated he’s a brilliant affectionate canine, desirous to please, and loves getting pats and treats.

A foster household stepped as much as take Charlie in and provides him a break from shelter life.

Newsweek reached out to RSPCA Queensland for extra info.

Charlie’s story, sadly, just isn’t out of the odd. The RSPCA has skilled abandonment calls attributable to cost-of-living will increase and receives between 100 and 200 calls a month.

“Since April 2023, RSPCA QLD has acquired 2,186 experiences of dogs being deserted or deserted with different welfare issues,” the Instagram publish reads.

‘Vulnerable harmless soul’

Charlie’s story shared on Instagram broke folks’s hearts. The photograph had greater than 1,480 likes and 40 feedback as of Wednesday.

“Hurts my coronary heart to suppose he watched his proprietor walk away and drive off with out him,” commented one viewer.

“That is so terribly unhappy, and so unhappy that somebody needed to go to those lengths for the poor Dog. The world is extremely robust,” added one other.

A 3rd person stated: “Sweet boy. Just a vulnerable harmless soul.”

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