My dad's friend, James, was telling my dad about a pure white husky with blue eyes that he found. He had previously seen the dog's missing sign, with a reward of $400 dollars for her return. Of course he was only in it for the money. He rallied up a few pals, and diverted a plan to catch Namine the huskys name. Since Namine had the broken chain dragging behind her still, they drove over the end of the chain, and Namine came to an abrupt halt, causing her to break her toe. James grabbed her, and out of fear, Namine bit his arm. James took a metal rod, and hither on the side a few times. Namine was furious. They took her back to the owner,a old woman who was relived at first that her dog was back. Namine broke free of Jame's grasp bit him then whirled around and bit the old lady, his owner, confusing her with another one of the guys. The lady told James to shoot Namine. They took her out into a bean field tied her to the metal rod they stuck into the ground, and took huge sticks to torment her. They poked, hit, and beat Namine. James said " If we let her loose, she would have been at our necks!" James took a shotgun, shot her in all four legs first, then the heart. I was listening the whole time. I'm surprised I didn't lash out at him. He still received the money. He is an evil man who believes that animals feel no pain nor emotions. It made me sick. Even though I never met Namine, I get tears when I think about it. Should I tell the ASPCA? Please tell me.
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