• Petitioned Honorable City Court Judge Debra Givens

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Honorable City Court Judge Debra Givens

Justice for Burned Puppy “Phoenix”!

    1. Hand 4Paws
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      Hand 4Paws

      Albuquerque, United States

19-year-old Adell Zeigler and 17-year-old Diondre Brown, of Buffalo New York, were in court Wednesday, November 14, 2012 and are charged with felony-aggravated cruelty to animals. Zeigler and Brown burned an innocent 16-week old puppy named “Phoenix”.

A horrified woman had called the police after seeing something burning and realized it was a puppy. The suffering puppy, now named Phoenix, was found on Herman Street and was still on fire and burning.

Zeigler and Brown admitted to holding the helpless puppy three feet in the air, dousing him with lighter fluid and setting the frightened puppy on fire. The owner of the puppy has been found and has supplied a statement to police.

Phoenix, who staff at Buffalo Small Animal Hospital calls a “trooper”, has recently “underwent his first of many surgeries to help repair the damage from extensive burns over his entire body. Veterinarians say 60% of his ears have been amputated and several more skin grafts are necessary. It's also still unclear if they will have to amputate one of his hind legs”. Dr. Rebecca Wagner, states, "He improves daily. He's doing quite well and he's taken everything in good strides."

The police were unable to locate the abusers until a break came in from a tip that lead to the arrest of Zeigler and Brown. Both men could face up to one-and-one-third to four years in prison.

For more information: http://www.wkbw.com/video/Buffalo-Teens-Allegedly-Confess-to-Burning-Puppy-179383831.html

http://www.wivb.com/dpp/news/crime/Teens-face-judge-in-puppy-burning-case

http://www.wivb.com/dpp/news/crime/police-make-progress-on-burned-dog-case

To:
Honorable City Court Judge Debra Givens
Justice for Burned Puppy “Phoenix”!

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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