Video Shows Owner Abandoning Dog By The Side Of The Road—And Then The Adoption Offers Came Pouring In

Video Shows Owner Abandoning Dog By The Side Of The Road—And Then The Adoption Offers Came Pouring In
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There are few people worse than those who abandon their pets. One such person was caught on camera, and the footage is devastating.


The RSPCA, or Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, recently released a video that shows a man abandoning his dog on the side of the road.

Warning, the footage in this video may be disturbing and will definitely be heartbreaking.

RSPCA appeal after Snoop the dog dumped in Staffordshire streetwww.youtube.com

The video shows the man carrying the dog's bed to the side of the road then going back into the car without his dog.

The dog is seen scratching at the car's windows and doors, trying to get the man's attention, numerous times.

When the man finally drives off, the dog chases after him until the car speeds away. The pup then turns around and lays in its bed.

According to Express & Star, the dog was found in the bed about an hour later. The person who found the pup took him to the vet who proceeded to contact the RSPCA.

The RSPCA has since named the dog Snoop and they released the footage in an effort to locate the man who abandoned Snoop.

People are livid at the man's heartless actions.







But there is a sliver of light in this bleak story.

Because the internet is a magical place where news spreads like wildfire, and because most people in the world are not despicable human-beings, Snoop has had countless adoption offers pour in.





The RSPCA took to Twitter to share their gratitude for the compassion and love shown toward Snoop the dog.

For all of those people looking for a fur baby, remember to adopt, don't shop!

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