WASHINGTON (Circa) — An animal shelter in Indiana is calling on social media to help them find out what happened to a dog rescued this week in brutal condition.
They call the dog Justice. He was rescued while wandering down the road in Shelby County, Indiana, after an individual called the Shelbyville/Shelby County Animal Shelter. Since he has no microchip or tags, the animal shelter does not know where he came from or what was done to him.
The shelter is encouraging anyone with information to call or email. It's continuing to provide updates on his condition via a Facebook post that has over 6,000 shares.
As of Monday, the shelter said he is making small improvements but is still on plenty of medication.