Central Park Drinking Fountain Doubles As Dog Bidet
Article from Gothamist:
(Emily Leisz Carr)
Why pay a fortune to have a professional dog groomer shampoo your four-legged beast when Central Park is already filled with dozens of little sinks, perfectly adapted for scrubbing your pet’s anus? Like petite puppy bidets, the push of a button sends a cool burst of water arcing upward—you may have seen other park goers use the stream for their mouths to quench their thirst on a hot day! But you will use them to scrape fecal matter from your dog’s matted butt fur.
Emily Leisz Carr witnessed the above appalling scene on Tuesday evening, near the park’s softball fields. There were actually two dogs present, the other of which was left to drag its leash listlessly about while its owner set to the task of deep cleaning its pal’s rectum. (Asked whether she was washing the whole dog, Carr specified that it was distinctly “butt oriented.”) It wasn’t until another dog owner approached the woman, several minutes into her session, to yell at her about “hygiene” and “human people put their faces there” that she seemed to realize her behavior was in any way questionable.
Carr said The Washer appeared nonplussed, assuring the woman that it was “OK” and that she would “clean it up.” She scoured on for another few minutes—it’s to…………………continues on Gothamist
Chino Hills Kids Capture Disturbing Dog Beating on Camera; Man Charged
Article from KTLA:
Two quick-thinking Chino Hills children have been credited with saving the life of a three-year-old dog after they videotaped a man beating the animal for 10 minutes, an animal welfare organization announced this week.
The incident, which occurred in late May, began when a family heard a dog crying out in pain. The family went to their window and saw a female Cocker Spaniel being beaten by a man, a news release from the Inland Valley Humane Society & SPCA stated.
Two kids immediately grabbed their camera and began videotaping the beating while the mom called the Humane Society & SPCA to report the incident, according to the release.
The video showed the man hitting the dog with what appeared to be some sort of stick. The heartbreaking cries of the dog could also be heard as she desperately tried to get away from the man abusing her.
“I’m sorry doggie,” one of the kids could be heard whispering as he watched in horror at what was unfolding.
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