DELIBERATELY hit by a sadistic driver for sport and left to die!

We’ve told you before about the disgusting behavior of some people in Jordan, who consider it a ‘sport’ to target street dogs and mow them down with their cars and trucks.

We’ve told you before about the disgusting behavior of some people in Jordan, who consider it a ‘sport’ to target street dogs and mow them down with their cars and trucks.

A crunch, a yelp and then a poor dog lies paralyzed and suffering, while scores of people pass by – none of whom seem to care. Sometimes, it takes days before the dog dies in terrible pain.

This is the story of Apollo, just one victim of this cruel ‘sport’. A kind lady found Apollo after he was PURPOSELY hit by a car. He was obviously in terrible pain. He cried and gnashed his teeth in fear of being further harmed. He was unable to walk and could barely drag his limp back legs across the ground.

Fortunately, he was taken to our partner, the Al Rabee shelter – the only lifeline for dogs like him in the area…

As you read these words, Apollo is still in considerable pain. He snaps and tries to bite when his caregivers try to help him. So far, vets have been unable to identify a specific reason for Apollo’s lameness so it’s possible (and we are hopeful) Apollo’s lameness is a result of shock from the trauma he endured.

According to Rodica Toma Atahamneh, who runs the shelter, Apollo is the fourth dog to have been struck by ‘sportsmen’ recently. She witnessed one incident when a vehicle struck a street dog. The man got out of his car, grabbed the dog by the neck, threw it into the middle of the road, climbed back in his car and drove off.

Dogs are not highly regarded in Jordan, and there are constant heartrending stories of abuse and many people just do not care.

Please donate today to help Apollo recover. Apollo requires painkillers and intensive veterinary care to have any chance at a decent life. He did not deserve what was done to him. No dog does!

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