A volunteer from Stray Rescue Of St. Louis called Donna knows that completely but when she saw Cobalt, a poor dog who was about to die because of dehydration and starvation, she was surprised! It was obvious that the dog, who was named for his nice blue eyes, had never had a decent meal as he was chained to a heavy chain, that was attached to the house of his owner.
It is known that keeping your animals outdoor for a year isn't allowed in St. Louis, so Cobalt was helped as he couldn't live like this. At first, Cobalt was given some treats by Donna as she knew that he needed to eat. She then cut the chain using bolt cutters to free Cobalt.
Happily, Cobalt, who is loving and friendly dog, is finally free and he seems to like humans regardless of what happened with him. When he was in Donna's car, he had a bag of food as he was completely hungry. Thanks to Donna who saved Cobalt. Watch the video below.
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A concerned citizen alerted the authorities in Youngstown, Ohio, about a 2-year-old Pit Bull mix, that was chained to a doghouse in the backyard of James Antwon Jones.
The agent of Animal Charity found the poor dog who was
already dead as there were sawdust and leaves inside its stomach. Fortunately,
James Antwon Jones was indictedunder Goddard’s Law on felony animal charges,
and will be in the court soon. Watch the video below to have more information.