Community rallies behind injured dogs

Kujo and Bundy continue to be treated for their injuries.
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The Penrith community is rallying behind two dogs who continue to fight for life after a brutal attack yesterday.

Bundy and Kujo have had multiple surgeries after they were allegedly stabbed by an unknown man in Wallacia yesterday.

About 1.50pm on Sunday, two couples were walking their dogs off leash within Fowler Reserve.

The dogs walked down an embankment before returning to their owners with visible wounds to their bodies.

A man was confronted by the owners briefly before they took the dogs to the vets.

The dogs, a Kelpie/Bull Arab mix, and a Rhodesian Ridgeback, remain seriously ill.

Kujo has had four surgeries while Bundy has had two.

After a call-out across social media, blood donors came forward to assist the dogs through their surgery and recovery.

The man involved in yesterday’s attack has been described as Caucasian appearance, aged in his 40s, stocky build, bald, with a ginger beard and wearing a flannelette shirt.

Anyone with information on the incident is urged to contact Nepean Police or Crime Stoppers.

A GoFundMe page has been set up to assist the dogs’ owners with vet bills and other costs. Click here to donate.


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