German Shepherd Digs Himself Out Of Grave After Cruel Owners Buried Him Alive
Humans are very friendly with pets such as dogs and cats, but this does not seem to be true after knowing this particular incident. This is certainly upsetting to know about a German shepherd dog named Kiryusha, who managed to dig himself out of the grave after being buried alive by his owners. Fortunately, the dog was eventually rescued by a dog lover when she saw him on the road.
1What was the whole matter?
It was tough for Kiryusha to get some love from his owners just because they thought he was unhealthy. This German shepherd from Russia has been rescued by a 39-year-old motorist named Olga Lystseva. Kiryusha is a 7-year-old German shepherd who was buried by his owners after a drug overdose intended to kill him. The owners of Kiryusha admitted injecting him with a drug. That’s nasty.
2How did the motorist rescue Kiryusha?
A 39-year-old lady named Olga Lystseva spotted the dog, which was walking pretty slowly in the rain along the road. She found the dog very exhausted and wet who wasn’t even able to walk. When she realized that the dog needs her help, she drove and turned her car back almost nine miles to get him. She managed some food for him and then put him back on her car’s back seat. Olga Lystseva handed him to Kind City, a dog rescue service after she took Kiryusha all the way to a distance of 93 miles.
3Why owners injected him with a lethal drug?
When Olga Lystseva took him to Kind City, the volunteers present there started sharing pictures of the dog. After some time, they soon discovered the town of Yemva from where he had come. Volunteers successfully tracked the owners, who admitted putting the dog down because he was so unhealthy. The unnamed owners admitted that they had injected him with a fatal drug for the purpose of killing him. Kiryusha still had that shaven paw from where the drug was injected. The couple then buried him at a far-off place near to the Ukhta-Syktyvkar highway.