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A dog is tied up and thrown into a ditch, but the culprit makes a mistake that will cost him dearly

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There is no need to have a dog to be able to appreciate this faithful four-legged friend.

Just observe the goodness in its sweet eyes, and the irrepressible joy that it shows at its owner's appearance, through its smile that radiates throughout its body - from the tip of its fur to the tip of its ears - to understand the value of this wonderful creature and the good fortune of being able to have a dog in one's life. 

Yet, there are people who cannot perceive all this, perhaps because their heart is myopic; and they even commit cruel acts of violence against these dear animals. 

The story of the dachshund Flick speaks about this type of individual, but also about good people, and thanks to them the story of this cute little dog did not end in tragedy.

WE NEED YOUR HELP! Do you recognize this dog? He was dumped in a ditch last weekend near Old Highway M and Schneider...

Pubblicato da Jefferson County Sheriff's Office su Giovedì 14 febbraio 2019

WE NEED YOUR HELP! Do you recognize this dog? He was dumped in a ditch last weekend near Old Highway M and Schneider...

Posted by the  Jefferson County Sheriff's Office on Thursday, 14 February 2019

 

Flick's misadventure came to light through the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office in Missouri, which launched an appeal on Facebook on 14 February 2019 to track down the owner of a poor dachshund, found almost dead. In fact, the unfortunate animal had been "dumped in a ditch last weekend near the old Highway M and Schneider Road." He was cold, hungry and might have a concussion." The dog had been tied up with electric tape and abandoned in a ditch in the freezing winter cold. 

Fortunately, "a police officer found him while on patrol and took the dog to a pet clinic. "Jimmy", as he came to be known, is now much better. We would like to bring him back to his owners. If you know his family, call our detectives at 636-797-5515."

Posted by Katie Kofron on Thursday 14 February 2019

Thanks to this post, it was possible to track down the owner, Katie Kofron, who responded by sharing a photo of her dachshund and her sad story. It was thus discovered that the dog who is named Flick, is 13 years old and had mysteriously disappeared from home a week before. 

"I let him out on Friday night around 8:30 pm, before putting my son to bed, and I waited for the usual 5 minutes to pass. He did not come back, so I looked for him everywhere in the neighborhood."

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Posted by the  Jefferson County Sheriff's Office on Thursday, 14 February 2019

Her dog's disappearance immediately appeared strange to Katie, not only because of the advanced age of the dog but because "He never leaves our garden, so I felt that something was wrong, but I hoped that a family had taken him in for the night thinking that he was a stray. But, somebody must have taken him from our backyard, because he never leaves the yard, unless he goes to our neighbors since he is friends with their dogs." 

In addition, Flick had already suffered from the loss of the little puppy dog that had lived with him, and for days he had stopped eating. Katie explained that he also has a sensitive stomach, and does not accept just any kind of food. 

Meanwhile, on 19 February 2019, police detectives Lee Morris and Nick Schuenemann made an important discovery --- a fingerprint on the tape used to tie up the dachshund. So they were able to trace the fingerprint and identify the person who had kidnapped and abandoned him like that: Paul Garcia, a 39-year-old man who was immediately arrested.

Posted by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday, February 19, 2019

 

Flick once recovered, returned home with Katie, who has now started a Facebook page to keep his new fans updated on the health and life of the dachshund. Now we can say, "all is well that ends well", especially when one is surrounded by a community of people who love and protect animals and recognize them as members of the community.

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