WAN’s Most Wanted! Urgent Help Needed To Find Sick “Subhuman” Who Burned 2 Pit Bulls With A Blowtorch In New Jersey; Donations For Medical Care Needed!

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Two dogs were deliberately set on fire in New Jersey in an unfathomable case of animal cruelty. Horrifically, it is suspected that the callous perpetrator, who remains at large, used a blowtorch to viciously burn the innocent animals.

While one of the dogs, a three-month-old pit bull, named Tyler, was rescued by Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge (RBARI), the condition and whereabouts of the other dog are currently unknown.

“We don’t know what happened to the other dog and are working with authorities,” the organization explained in a post on its Facebook page. This occurred in a dangerous area known for drugs and dog fighting, an area that we have rescued other dog fighting victims from.”

Described as “sweet and loving,” Tyler is suffering from severe wounds all over his tiny body. Even worse, his skin is necrotic, meaning that he has been suffering with these wounds for some time without medical care.

While he is currently in stable condition at Oradell Animal Hospital, the extent of Tyler’s injuries requires extended hospitalization and treatment.

To save Tyler’s life, RBARI has teamed up with Jersey Pits Rescue to ensure he gets the life-saving care he needs.

“It is inconceivable that someone could do this to two living, breathing, feeling beings,” RBARI shared in an update. “Tyler is a victim, but he is also a hero as he speaks to the perseverance and forgiving nature of dogs, particularly pit bulls, who are by far the most abused, exploited, and misunderstood breed.

WAN was told that the detective assigned to the case was “unauthorized” to share any more information as this is an ongoing investigation. RBARI shared that Tyler is doing well and will be temporarily homed with a foster family once he is released from the hospital.

Donations to help support Tyler’s continued care can be made HERE!

Anyone with information on this incident is urged to contact the Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge at (201) 337-5180 or the Paterson Police Department at (973) 321-1111.

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