Abandoned Dog Found Starving in Closet by New Homeowners in Maine


A couple in Maine as of late experienced a startling visitor while remodeling their recently bought home — a neglected pup.

The new mortgage holders found the malnourished pit bull blend inside a storage room, where it had apparently been left for a dubious measure of time, as indicated by the Bangor Everyday News. The canine, who acted forcefully when specialists answered the scene last Wednesday, needed food and clinical consideration, Caribou Cop Douglas Chime told the power source.


“When the others conscious society sees him, we’ll have a superior thought of whether he’s experienced any contaminations or serious wounds,” Chime added.

“When we’re ready to meet with the proprietor and know the canine’s condition, we’ll have a superior thought of what we could accuse them of.”

Caribou Police said keep going week on Facebook that they had recognized a suspect and “were currently finding him.”

“As you can see the little guy has not been as expected really focused on in a long while,” added the proclamation.

“As a matter of fact, he was tracked down deserted in a wardrobe in an as of late bought home (that had been empty for some time)in Caribou.”

Chime let the paper know that they were following leads around two individuals, who were perhaps the canine’s proprietor.

“We suspect that they were crouching [in the home],” he told the power source. The suspects could be captured and accused of savagery or exasperated brutality to creatures, which accompanies a $500 fine, and the party in question could be expected to take responsibility for the canine’s clinical costs, as per Maine regulation.