Friday, 3 July 2009
Keystone Cops! What a disgrace.
These two Police dogs had been left to die from the heat outside Nottinghamshire Police headquarters in their van. Their handler, who has not been named but is described by colleagues as 'very experienced', has not been suspended. But he has been interviewed by an RSPCA inspector and could be prosecuted under the Animal Welfare Act.
Nobody is suspended! Well there should be, this is a shameful incident on two defenceless animals, who would have given their lives for their handlers in the in the right circumstances.
Can anybody imagine the agony and suffering of such a death? They must have gone crazy.
Animals are like children. As adults we are responsible for their welfare. There is no excuse for such neglect.
Claiming that it was a mistake is unacceptable. Those responsible should be punished to the full extent of the law and never be allowed to work with dogs again.
This goes to show if you allow the Police to Police the Police, they can do what they like to whoever they like.
Rest in peace.