The attack happened on Sunday morning and the three-year-old collie has suffered the most serious injuries British and Irish Lions Rugby International Stephen Ferris is a friend of the Owners of the Poor Collie Dog, called “Codie”.
Stephen Ferris described the attack as “inhumane” and said that “Codie” is now “fighting for its life”. “I was up at the north coast on Saturday and came home this horrific story of a good friend of mine who lives at the bottom of the village of Maghaberry,” he said.
Stephen Ferris went on to say “Unfortunately my friends poor Dog, a Small Collie called Codie, was set on fire using lighter fluid on Sunday morning.
“I think it is just vandalism of the nastiest sort.” “Codie is as friendly as they come.” “Hopefully the poor innocent Dog can pull through.” Ferris said.
Mr Ferris said the owner of the dog had two small children and that the incident was “extremely disturbing” for the whole family.
“Getting your family Dog set on Fire is an unthinkable and terrible thing to wake up to, on a Sunday morning,” he added.
Mr Ferris said “he hoped those responsible for the horrific attack would be caught.”
Source: BBC NI.
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