Cracker, a dog abandoned and tied up in church, in Blackpool. With a message from his owner, “I love you and I’m so, so, so sorry.” The dog -we named him Cracker- is a brindle and white Staffordshire bull cross-breed.
“Life has taken a really bad turn for me. And I couldn’t imagine him being outside with me cold and hungry,” also written in the note.
“Please believe me when I say I haven’t done this easily,” said by the one who left Cracker.
He continued, “My dog means the world to me and I don’t know what else to do.”
The note also said that Cracker was a calm, friendly, loving dog. Who will turn seven on the 22nd of March, 2020.
It also said, “He has got quite tender front paws, I’ve been treating them for about a month now but they are still sore. My heart is broken and I will truly miss him more than words can say. I hope he can be found a new home he deserves. I love you and I am so, so, so sorry. XXXX”
Will Lamping, RSPCA inspector, was the one who got Cracker from the church, said that it was clear how much he was loved by his former owner.
Mr. Lamping said, “Unfortunately sometimes life can throw some pretty tough things at people and circumstances can drastically change but it’s heartbreaking to think that someone out there is missing Cracker and wondering how he is doing.”
He added, “If anyone does come forward then I’d like to let them know that they won’t be in any trouble. And we’d like to chat with them and see how we might be able to help them, and Cracker.”
He also motivated any pet owner who might be struggling financially to contact their vet, a local rescue center, or a charity like the RSPCA.
Hopefully, if Cracker can’t be reunited with his owner, he will go on to find a loving family.