Manager From Hospital that Treated Sexually Abused Dog Wants Law Changed
We first told you last night about a pet dog, thought to have been sexually abused.
Her owner says she came home to find her 3 year old Pitt bull "Diamond", coming from the direction of her neighbors home and bleeding badly.
Diamond was examined at The Ocala Animal Emergency Hospital and it was confirmed she had been sexually violated.
As of now Ocala police are not naming a suspect.
Beastiality is not even considered a crime in the state of Florida.
The violator will be charged with animal cruelty.
Office Manager at Ocala Animal Emergency Hospital Cindy McManus says,
"The idea of doing anything like this to an animal is just so depraved I'm making it my mission to change this law."
She's started an online petition to ban beastiality.
Her goal is 50 thousand signatures.
You can access the online petition HERE
Cindy McManus is an Office Manager at Ocala Animal Emergency Hospital- not a veterinarian as previously reported.
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