Devastated mum speaks out after fatal dog attack in Hatfield
A DEVASTATED mother has urged people to come forward with information after her daughter s rabbit was mauled to death by two Staffordshire bull terriers. The mum-of-four, who asked not to be named for fear of reprisals, told the WHT that she
A DEVASTATED mother has urged people to come forward with information after her daughter's rabbit was mauled to death by two Staffordshire bull terriers.
The mum-of-four, who asked not to be named for fear of reprisals, told the WHT that she came home from her daughter's school on Thursday afternoon to find eight-month old bunny Storm dead in her back garden.
She said: "I am devastated.
"It was my eldest daughter's pet rabbit.
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"She had only had him for two or three months.
"It was sad because she had such a good report from school and then she came home to this and there were tears for the evening."
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