Pascal the puppy is left for dead after cruel children covered him in industrial glue and dragged him through mud in Turkey Pascal the puppy, who is though to be just fourth months old was found near an industrial estate in Turkey
He was left in horrendous condition with his fur matted with dried mud leaving him riddled with disease
He was so scared and ill that when vets picked him up from the side of the street he could not move
Thugs had put so much glue on him it was like cement leaving one ear necrotic as it was starved of blood
A stray puppy was left for dead after being covered in industrial glue and dragged through mud by cruel children.
The heartbreaking pictures of Pascal the puppy show him in horrible condition and looking terrified after his ordeal in Turkey.
The dog is believed to be only four months old and could hardly move through fear and ill health giving him similar symptoms to rigor mortis.The heartbreaking pictures of Pascal the puppy show him in horrible condition and looking terrified after his ordeal in TurkeyThe stray puppy was left for dead after being covered in industrial glue and dragged through mud by cruel childrenThe dog is believed to be only four months old and could hardly move through fear and ill health giving him similar symptoms to rigor mortisSuch was the extent of the abuse suffered by Pascal that he lost hearing in one of his ears - pictured his matted fur covers one side of his body
He was found near an industrial estate in Istanbul, Turkey, and is being looked after by the charity He'Art of Rescue.
Children had put so much glue on him it acted like cement and one of his ears become necrotic because it was starved of blood.
His skin also suffered extreme damage from the strong chemicals found in the glue and had to undergo a series of medical baths to help aid his recovery.
But less than a month after being rescued Pascal is making an amazing recovery and is now unrecognisable and has even made friends with another puppy.
Despite being tormented by children, he appears relatively calm when vets have been caring for him, removing the matted fur which had bonded with the thick glue.
He was found to be suffering from the canine virus parvo, but has beaten the viral infection after several weeks of treatment.He was found near an industrial estate in Istanbul, Turkey, and is being looked after by the charity He'Art of RescuePascal's skin looks red raw after the vets shave off his dirty and matted fur at the He'Art of Rescue clinic in IstanbulPascal had to endure a number of chemical baths due to the extreme damage the chemicals in the glue did to his skin (Pictured, soars cover his front legs)After being the torment of his mal-treatment Pascal was so terrified that he often turned his back when approached - but weeks later he has finally regain his confidence
Nur Rima Yola, founder of He'Art of Rescue, said: 'Pascal was in a miserable state when I first saw him inside that box. He was not moving, he had frozen, very scared and very traumatised.
'After the glue has been removed, he stood in shock for one day. He was even turning his back to hide when he saw people.
'He is doing better, slowly getting used to the staff in the clinic where of course love is being poured towards him.
'He especially bonded with one of the doctors who is in charge of him, Hasan Akin. They are best buddies.'Pascal was nursed back to health by the team at the clinic and they are now asking for donations to cover his medical billsAdorable Pascal has already picked up admirers from around the world with millions of people viewing videos of him online.When he was found vets feared the worse for Pascal, but now there is hope that he could re-homed with a new loving ownerPascal has made friends with staff at the clinic as well as another puppy who he enjoys cuddling up next to and playing with
While many will have written Pascal off, medical staff and He'Art of Rescue are dedicating their time to helping the puppy recover before finding him a new home.
The malnourished mutt has already picked up admirers from around the world with millions of people viewing videos of him online.
He'Art of Rescue, which specialises in rescuing cats and dogs found in awful conditions, is appealing for help as they rehabilitate Pascal and other animals.
Rima added: 'We know his soul will mend in time and the adoptive family will play a major role in this. Our medical team is doing everything for him.'
He'Art of Rescue has been described as one of the best animal hospitals in Turkey, but its team are now appealing for donations to help cover Pascal's costly medical bills.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... urkey.html