Makes you wonder if the cop was angry the dog didn’t die. Most of the time when they shoot these dogs it lands straight into the brain and kills them or in the chest area which makes them bleed out. In the case of Millie, a sweet dog owned by country singer Alison Lewis thankfully the dog has survived the gun shot to the face.
She yelled please stop the dog is harmless and the cop continually set up a clean shot and pulled the trigger, almost as if the dead body of an innocent dog would have no effect whatsoever on the officer involved. What is going on? Very strange with all these dogs getting shot, are the dogs safe in the house? Are the dogs safe in your own yard? Are they desensitizing us to get ready for the Chinese dog vending of meats on the sides of streets after an economic collapse? In China you can hear the dogs scream for their lives as they skinned to death for use of the fur to sell Americans and Europeans fake fur on jackets and other products.
There is a clear issue with all the dogs getting shot immediately by cops. yes I know its not all of them, but man if you are a cop against this you are a growing minority. If this was part of the job, I would never become a cop. This is not shooting aggressive dogs that are a threat, this is shooting innocent playing, curious, loving dogs of all breeds. Millie is a Border Collie mix, was the shot necessary?
Country singer Alison Lewis dotes on her dog Millie — the 6-year-old dog sometimes even joins her mom onstage for performances. Naturally, Lewis was horrified last weekend when a Detroit police officer pulled out a gun and shot Millie, allegedly for “galloping” towards the officers.
Lewis, who lives in the Detroit area, was at a field with some friends on Sunday, letting Millie and a few other dogs play off-leash, the Detroit Free Press reports. When the police drove up, Millie ran towards the officers.
As Lewis tried to assure the police that Millie was harmless, an officer drew his gun and shot the dog in the face — the bullet tore through her lip and lodged in her jaw.
He went for his gun. It was about as long as I had to say, ‘What are you doing? Please don’t do that. She’s not going to hurt you,'” Lewis said in an interview. Wounded and scared, Millie took off running. Lewis had to chase her down and bring her to an animal hospital for emergency surgery.
Millie is stable now, but her injuries will require lots more attention — and the terror she felt won’t soon go away. The sad truth is, Millie may have been shot because of the way she looks — the police report calls her a pit bull, even though Lewis described Millie as a cattle-dog mix.
We are in hopes of a full recovery for Millie and routing for justice to be made against the police that take these shots on all dogs.