Someone Wanted This Dog Dead...But God Had a Different Plan!



  • 2013-06-24T14:27:26

Bless his heart! I can't stop crying! :( How could ANYONE do something like that to one of God's creations? :*(

  • 2013-02-09T22:35:35

It might be unchristian of me but I think the person who did this to that poor dog should have the same treatment put onto them.

  • 2013-01-29T10:49:47

  • 2013-01-28T23:43:46

OMG this was so bad, how can you say you have a heart and do this to an animal that can't fight back. Who ever did this you need to understand God will judge you even for this on your day.

  • 2013-01-28T15:53:35

I would like for them to find the cruel person that did this then tortured him like he did this poor helpless

  • 2013-01-24T08:25:22

God Bless those that love and stand in the gap for the helpless, compassion was Jesus' format and this lady is Gods hands in this cruel world, Buck is such a sweet soul , he responds to kindness, compassion and a soft gentle touch. I believe we must move and live in Jesus and listen for his nudging to do this or that , look around always, I do, and I have had the joy of helping helpless things and enjoying watching them respond to kindness,& food of course.

  • 2013-01-23T09:17:52

Whoever is responsible for committing this heinous attack on this gentle, INNOCENT dog is the epitome of EVIL! I cannot understand a mind that can conceive such a reprehensible and heinous plan and follow it through, to commit murder. Blessedly, our loving Father intervened to heal his wounds and place him in a loving home! God bless you, Butch, may you be graced with good health and long life! Please, Lord deliver the perpetrator of this.

  • 2013-01-17T02:39:54

My thoughts exactly. All you can do is pray for the evil people that can hurt any living thing.

  • 2013-01-16T10:02:19

Buck Needs Bucks for his Buckshot Injuries

  • 2013-01-16T00:22:20

Buck is being cared for by the best Doctor,councilor......Jesus Christ........What a Blessing indeed.xo

  • 2013-01-15T08:16:30

Thank you, Mrs. Pritchett, for your heart warming comments. They are truly appreciated ... thank you also for the continued good works you do in the name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus, as you walk in the light with Him ... what-so-ever one sees in another, so be it them also ... God bless you, Deborah, and the ones you love, in Jesus name.

  • 2013-01-15T02:44:50

Such a good way to explain to those that don't understand God. I'm thanking God for you right now Danny. Praise to You Lord Jesus. John Chapter 12: 24-26.

  • 2013-01-13T20:49:04

This made my eyes teary, cocaine companions love unconditionally, other than God’s unconditional love for us, a dog’s love is most likely the closest feeling of unconditional love we will have the blessing of experiencing on this side of heaven. Why would someone do this to a helpless animal, only God knows. But, God’s miracles are a work all around us. Buck and the kind lady that rescued him experienced the blessings of God’s miracle work of changing a bad situation into a victory of survival to be shared by God’s people in glory and praise to Him.

  • 2013-01-13T16:47:59

I would also like to add that this lady is an angel to all animals. Please if you can afford it, send her the help she needs to take care of Buck.

  • 2013-01-13T16:38:04

I have been crying too. I so hope Buck makes a good recovery. I don't believe an evil person did this, but some stupid kid who shouldn't be allowed a dog, let alone a rifle. The dog was probably hit by a car and the kid thought he was putting it out of its misery because he couldn't afford a vet. He probably thought the dog was dead. No brains, no money, no parental guidance and a dangerous weapon. That is what this world is coming to. People give their kids what they want to compensate for not spending time with them. When I was young, there was no vet unless you could travel over 60 km. We didn't have a car and there was no buses. We traveled 3 miles by taxicab just to buy groceries. Someone left a small collie pup behind and we adopted it. Not that we could afford it but someone had to and there was no humane society handy either. I had that dog for 13 years but he became so old, he became blind, his teeth were falling out and he cried from arthritis at night. I brought him indoors but he would get sick from the heat and ask to go back outside. I hated to see him suffer so I walked him 2 miles to my dad's home and asked him to shoot my dog. My dad agreed and I waited at the cabin with tears in my eyes. I heard the shots and cried all the harder. My dad came in with tears in his eyes and wouldn't talk anymore. I went home telling myself that there was no other way. When I got home, my collie dog was there waiting for me. My dad also loved this dog and couldn't do it. I eventually had to call the dog catcher and say it was a stray. I didn't know what else to do? Years later, I found out that the dog catcher was throwing these stray dogs into a pit and letting them die slowly. Now I wish my dad had killed my dog. I refused to take in dogs for along time because of that. They are just like children. They take a great deal of responsibility. Don't have them unless you can afford them because once you do have them, they are costly. They need to be neutered, you need insurance for medical reasons, they may need additional training, they are truly worth every penny but sometimes you just don't have that penny. Why wont the government do something. It costs how much to treat Buck, maybe if there was emergency hospitals that would volunteer their medical services where an owner can't be found or cannot afford the costs. This dog does not fear humans so he must have been happy before this incident happened. I always dreamed of owning a shelter for stray and unwanted pets, but just never could afford one. I remember having 7 cats and one dog (all homeless pets that were deserted). It is not fair, people think they can just drop there unwanted pets in a small town and surely someone will take it in. How many animals can you take in? After the 7th cat, I had to start turning them away. Years later, the new dog catcher had to set traps for the cats because rabies and animal diseases were spreading. Healthy cats were given shots and released back into the wild, others had to be destroyed because there was no one to pay the medical bills. Should poor people take in strays? They are going to die anyways, You can give them love, food and shelter but not medical help. Cats are a lot less expensive to maintain. They don't need babysitters and they don't eat as much food but still they need medical attention from time to time.

  • 2013-01-13T12:02:07

@peggy Some people are not human............................they just appear to be.

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