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Kayla DeMoss
• 2 years ago

"Meet Oogy, Oogy was about ten weeks old and weighed 20 pounds he was tied to a stake and used as bait for a Pit Bull. The left side of his face including most of his ear was torn off. He was bitten so hard a piece of his lower jaw was crushed. Afterward, he was thrown into a cage and left to bleed to death. If you have time to reblog pointless hipster photos, you’ll have time to reblog this, respect for Oogy. Seriously just looked up the whole story and it is amazing!!! Love you Oogy!!"

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