Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Tuesday Afternoon : Dog Abandoned on Crusty Row in Tompkins Square Park

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hope someone adopts him. Such a cutie.

Bob Arihood said...

Well it did seem that he bit someone that tried to touch him this afternoon.But then who in thier right mind would try to touch a dog tied to a park bench?

esquared said...

perhaps something happened to the owner?

Anonymous said...

How sad does this dog look? Hope the owner is consumed with guilt the rest of their life and suffers.

Bob Arihood said...

Perhaps they took a trip to the TSP mens or ladies room and were never seen again .

Anonymous said...

Is this the same dog? And I'm not referring to the crusty one, by the way. Rather the sweet, innocent one. (Scroll to second photo)

http://crustypunks.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

I left the previous statement (12:26pm) and upon further inspection it looks like two different dogs. Sorry, do not want to incite anger in readers. Anyway, I hope this little dog has a happy ending like the one found by ScountingNY in January.

http://www.scoutingny.com/?p=3358&cpage=4

Anonymous said...

About the dog left tied up to the bench in tompkins. There is a real good chance that someone tied the dog up there knowing that the chances of someone there taking it and giving it a good life were very probable .
Just a thought ,
good luck cutie .

Anonymous said...

That may be true 10:10 (and your positive outlook is wonderful) but how irresponsible can a person be, to take such a chance? She was still all alone for 2 hours in the freezing cold, and abandoned dogs never really get over the trauma of being left, even after being adopted by a good person/family they have separation anxiety, tension and other issues. I'm just so angry about this! I hope whoever did this to the pup burns in hell.

On a positive note, Bob's photo is beautiful and the puppy could not be sweeter-looking.

Anonymous said...

Did you do anything about it?

Or did you just take a picture then leave?

Bob Arihood said...

Just before I took the picture the woman who had been bitten attempting to touch the dog called the police . If approached the dog very aggressively barked and groweled . I left .

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