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Three-month-old puppy blinded and covered in glue is abandoned by 'abusive' Chinese owner

A three-month-old puppy has been found covered in glue after the owner dumped it in a plastic bag on a rural street in China.

Heart-breaking pictures show the poor animal’s entire body layered with a white mixture of gypsum powder and adhesive building materials when it was rescued on Tuesday.

Vets found the dog’s eyes were burned and blinded by the glue. It also suffered multiple bone fractures with a broken tail, believed to be injuries from being savagely beaten by its previous owner.








A three-month-old puppy has been found covered in glue after the owner dumped it in a plastic bag on a rural street in China. Heart-breaking pictures show the poor animal’s entire body layered with a white mixture of gypsum powder and adhesive building materials

A three-month-old puppy has been found covered in glue after the owner dumped it in a plastic bag on a rural street in China. Heart-breaking pictures show the poor animal’s entire body layered with a white mixture of gypsum powder and adhesive building materials

The puppy is now in stable condition while being treated at an animal clinic, according to a local rescue group.

The puppy is now in stable condition while being treated at an animal clinic, according to a local rescue group. 

The puppy is now in stable condition while being treated at an animal clinic, according to a local rescue group.

The animal was discovered by a local resident after it was abandoned on a rural street outside Shijiazhuang in Hebei province of north China.

It was wrapped inside a plastic bag which was placed in a box with a sign that read ‘adopt the puppy’.

Appalling images show the dog glued with a thick mixture of gypsum powder and other adhesive building materials.

The dog was wrapped inside a plastic bag which was placed in a box with a sign that read ‘adopt the puppy’

The picture shows medical workers carefully removing the sticky substances from the animal with water and a shaver

The animal was discovered by a local resident after it was abandoned on a rural street outside Shijiazhuang in Hebei province of north China. The incident sparked outrage and widespread criticism online as horrified animal lovers described it as ‘shocking’ and ‘abusive’

The vets believed that the dog’s injuries were caused after being beaten up by someone, according to the animal rescue group. A vet is seen cleaning the puppy's eyes after they were glued with a mixture of gypsum powder and adhesive building materials by its previous owner

The vets believed that the dog’s injuries were caused after being beaten up by someone, according to the animal rescue group. A vet is seen cleaning the puppy’s eyes after they were glued with a mixture of gypsum powder and adhesive building materials by its previous owner

After it was taken to an animal clinic, the vets found the puppy’s eyes had been blinded by the glue with the burned cornea.

Footage shows medical workers carefully removing the sticky substances from the animal with water and a shaver.

The dog couldn’t stand up as it also suffered multiple bone fractures on its back legs and a broken tail.

The vets believed that the dog’s injuries were caused after being beaten up by someone, according to the animal rescue group.

‘This puppy is only three months old and it has been ‘artificially’ blinded,’ the local volunteers wrote in a post.

‘It’s hard to imagine what kind of abuse it has experienced. It’s also hard to imagine what kind of so-called owner they were as they did such things.’

The dog couldn’t stand up as it also suffered multiple bone fractures on its back legs and a broken tail. The X-ray released by the local animal group shows the fracture on the dog's paw

The dog couldn’t stand up as it also suffered multiple bone fractures on its back legs and a broken tail. The X-ray released by the local animal group shows the fracture on the dog’s paw

Police have launched an investigation of the incident after it was shared on Chinese social media on Friday and quickly became a trending topic, sparking public anger

Police have launched an investigation of the incident after it was shared on Chinese social media on Friday and quickly became a trending topic, sparking public anger

The dog, which is still being treated at the vet clinic, has been adopted by the resident who found it.

They’ve also named the puppy Hu Hu, or ‘Sticky’, referring to the ordeal it had overcome.

Police have launched an investigation of the incident after it was shared on Chinese social media on Friday and quickly became a trending topic.








The incident sparked outrage and widespread criticism online as horrified animal lovers described it as ‘shocking’ and ‘abusive’.

One commenter wrote: ‘I’ve never seen such abusive behaviours! These people should go to hell.’

Another one wrote: ‘This is horrifying. When are we going to have laws to protect animals?!’

Despite a rising public focus on the rights and welfare of animals in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, China remains to lack established regulations to protect them.

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