LEE COUNTY, Fla. — The canine who used to be brutally overwhelmed at a Fort Myers RaceTrac fuel station in April now has a brand new loving circle of relatives.
Sheba used to be followed by way of Edward and his circle of relatives this week.
Edward labored with Sheba on the Lee County Domestic Animal Services after the abuse. He says Sheba is a forgiving and loving canine.
“She can just move on after such a terrible thing has happened to her she is as trusting and as loving as any dog. She just comes right up and she wants love and affection,” Edward mentioned.
On March 29 a bystander captured a person on digital camera beating Sheba at a Fort Myers Racetrac fuel station.
The video used to be posted to social media which result in a animal cruelty grievance being despatched to the Lee County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO).
22-year-old Marcus Chiddister has since been arrested for the abuse and a lawsuit used to be filed by way of LCSO doing away with his possession of Sheba.
Edward’s circle of relatives is worked up to have Sheba as an element in their circle of relatives. the place they know she is protected.
Edward hopes to make her a remedy canine someday.