Charlotte volunteers work to save dog that was found shot
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Volunteers in Charlotte are working to raise money to care for a dog that was reportedly found suffering from a gunshot wound.
WCNC reports the dog, named Ethan, was starving, suffering from heart worms and bleeding from a gash on his face when he was found last week in South Carolina. X-rays then revealed the canine had been struck by pellets from a shotgun.
Ethan is currently in the care of the Greater Charlotte Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The SPCA is attempting to raise an estimated $500 for his care.
Those who are interested in helping can visit charlottespca.org.
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