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Brain damaged dog thrown in the bin by heartless owners
Pringles lost her fight for life after several days of being treated for her injuries (Picture: Mega)

A Yorkshire Terrier called Pringles rescued from a bin when a passer-by heard noises has died.

The dog was found to be severely injured when it was rescued and taken to the Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

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Vets tried their best to save Pringle’s life, but after several days she succumbed to her injuries on Monday.

Rescuers said that they did everything they could to make her as comfortable as they could with the help of the Richard Lichter Charity for Dogs.

They said in a statement: ‘It is with the heaviest of hearts that we share the news that our sweet Pringles passed away yesterday.

This adorable dog called Pringles has sadly died after a thug threw her into the trash. The elderly Yorkshire Terrier was discovered on Thursday October 3, in Philadelphia, when a passer-by heard noises from a trash can and found the severely injured animal. The helpless dog was rushed to the Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. But sadly, after several days, despite a dedicated team of vets best efforts, Pringles eventually succumbed to her injuries on Monday October 7. During her final hours, she was given as much comfort as possible by the Penn Vet Shelter Medicine's Richard Lichter Charity for Dogs Program. The SPCA is now hoping to track down the brute who threw Pringles in the trash so they can face justice. Nicole Wilson, law enforcement chief at the SPCA, said: "This dog had sustained serious injuries and instead of seeking help someone threw her away like she was a piece of trash." The SPCA has since said they now know Pringles' owners and are continuing to investigate how she sustained her injuries. In a statement, the organization added: "It is with the heaviest of hearts that we share the news that our sweet Pringles passed away yesterday. While we are all shattered by this, we hope that we can all find comfort in the fact that she did not die in a trash can scared and alone, but instead was surrounded by love, the best medical treatment available, and the support of so many in the city of Philadelphia and far beyond. While Pringles is no longer with us, our fight to find justice for her continues. Pringles was discarded like a piece of trash but fought to be found despite her injuries. In the short time that we knew her, she captured the hearts of many and her fighting spirit encouraged us all that perhaps a miracle was possible and she would recover. That was not to be, and while today we mourn, we will keep fighting for Pringles.". 08 Oct 2019 Pictured: Pringles the Yorkshire Terrier,. Photo credit: RSPCA / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
An investigation is now taking place to work out how she was so badly injured (Picture: Mega)
This adorable dog called Pringles has sadly died after a thug threw her into the trash. The elderly Yorkshire Terrier was discovered on Thursday October 3, in Philadelphia, when a passer-by heard noises from a trash can and found the severely injured animal. The helpless dog was rushed to the Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. But sadly, after several days, despite a dedicated team of vets best efforts, Pringles eventually succumbed to her injuries on Monday October 7. During her final hours, she was given as much comfort as possible by the Penn Vet Shelter Medicine's Richard Lichter Charity for Dogs Program. The SPCA is now hoping to track down the brute who threw Pringles in the trash so they can face justice. Nicole Wilson, law enforcement chief at the SPCA, said: "This dog had sustained serious injuries and instead of seeking help someone threw her away like she was a piece of trash." The SPCA has since said they now know Pringles' owners and are continuing to investigate how she sustained her injuries. In a statement, the organization added: "It is with the heaviest of hearts that we share the news that our sweet Pringles passed away yesterday. While we are all shattered by this, we hope that we can all find comfort in the fact that she did not die in a trash can scared and alone, but instead was surrounded by love, the best medical treatment available, and the support of so many in the city of Philadelphia and far beyond. While Pringles is no longer with us, our fight to find justice for her continues. Pringles was discarded like a piece of trash but fought to be found despite her injuries. In the short time that we knew her, she captured the hearts of many and her fighting spirit encouraged us all that perhaps a miracle was possible and she would recover. That was not to be, and while today we mourn, we will keep fighting for Pringles.". 08 Oct 2019 Pictured: Pringles the Yorkshire Terrier,. Photo credit: RSPCA / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
She was found dumped in a bin in Philadelphia on October 3 but died on Monday (Picture: Mega)

‘While we are all shattered by this, we hope that we can all find comfort in the fact that she did not die in a trash can scared and alone, but instead was surrounded by love, the best medical treatment available, and the support of so many in the city of Philadelphia and far beyond.

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‘While Pringles is no longer with us, our fight to find justice for her continues.

‘Pringles was discarded like a piece of trash but fought to be found despite her injuries. In the short time that we knew her, she captured the hearts of many and her fighting spirit encouraged us all that perhaps a miracle was possible and she would recover.

This adorable dog called Pringles has sadly died after a thug threw her into the trash. The elderly Yorkshire Terrier was discovered on Thursday October 3, in Philadelphia, when a passer-by heard noises from a trash can and found the severely injured animal. The helpless dog was rushed to the Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. But sadly, after several days, despite a dedicated team of vets best efforts, Pringles eventually succumbed to her injuries on Monday October 7. During her final hours, she was given as much comfort as possible by the Penn Vet Shelter Medicine's Richard Lichter Charity for Dogs Program. The SPCA is now hoping to track down the brute who threw Pringles in the trash so they can face justice. Nicole Wilson, law enforcement chief at the SPCA, said: "This dog had sustained serious injuries and instead of seeking help someone threw her away like she was a piece of trash." The SPCA has since said they now know Pringles' owners and are continuing to investigate how she sustained her injuries. In a statement, the organization added: "It is with the heaviest of hearts that we share the news that our sweet Pringles passed away yesterday. While we are all shattered by this, we hope that we can all find comfort in the fact that she did not die in a trash can scared and alone, but instead was surrounded by love, the best medical treatment available, and the support of so many in the city of Philadelphia and far beyond. While Pringles is no longer with us, our fight to find justice for her continues. Pringles was discarded like a piece of trash but fought to be found despite her injuries. In the short time that we knew her, she captured the hearts of many and her fighting spirit encouraged us all that perhaps a miracle was possible and she would recover. That was not to be, and while today we mourn, we will keep fighting for Pringles.". 08 Oct 2019 Pictured: Pringles the Yorkshire Terrier,. Photo credit: RSPCA / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
Vets and volunteers did what they could to make Pringles’ last days on earth as pain-free as possible (Picture: Mega)

‘That was not to be, and while today we mourn, we will keep fighting for Pringles.’

Law enforcement boss at the SPCA Nicole Wilson said: ‘This dog had sustained serious injuries and instead of seeking help someone threw her away like she was a piece of trash.’

Her owner has been tracked down and investigations are continuing to work out how she sustained her injuries.

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