NC dog rescued from bitter cold, animal shelter wants justice

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A Wilson animal shelter is searching for justice after finding a dog, left outside, neglected in the bitter cold and clinging to life. (WTVD)

WILSON, N.C. — A Wilson animal shelter is searching for justice after finding a dog, left outside, neglected in the bitter cold and clinging to life.

WTVD reported it happened Wednesday going into the coldest night we’ve seen so far this year.

A Good Samaritan spotted a pit bull outside of a home, chained to a crate, starved and nearly frozen to death. He called Max and Della Fitzgerald, the owners of non-profit, no-kill shelter For the Love of Dogs NC.

“He didn’t turn his back,” said Max about that man who called. “That’s what’s important. He said, ‘I’ll do something about this. I’ll call for help.'”

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