London, the Two-Legged Pup, Set to Appear in Court

The dog is expected to “testify” against its abusive owners

  Two-legged pup will make an appearance in court, testify against abusive owners
This Tuesday, a two-legged pup named London is to make an appearance in a court of law in Crescent City, California.

This Tuesday, a two-legged pup named London is to make an appearance in a court of law in Crescent City, California.

Apparently, his mission will be that of testifying against his abusive owners, to whom it now owes the fact that both its front legs had to be amputated.

Sources say that, by the looks of it, London's former owners got mad when the dog chewed on a couch, and decided that breaking its front legs in several places was the best way to teach him some discipline.

Following this display of animal cruelty, they face up to three years in prison and a fine of $20,000 per count of animal cruelty.

As one can easily notice in the video below, London has now made a full recovery and is quite pleased with its two-legged life.

Commenting on the veterinarian's decision to amputate this dog's broken limbs, Amanda Giese of Panda Paws Rescue made a case of how, “The clouds lifted. He was happy. He wasn’t in pain anymore. He wanted to go play, he wanted to run.”

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