Woman Sets Up Hidden Camera And Discovers Fiancé Beating Her Dog So She Calls Off Wedding!



The story first begins when a woman in Rio de Janeiro became suspicious when she noticed her beloved French Bulldogs, Gucci, and Victoria, had mysterious injuries.

Animals can’t speak for themselves and can’t ask for help. So, her beloved French Bulldogs couldn’t defend themselves or ask for her help.


She was unable to determine how her dogs got these injuries so the 26-year-old Ninna Mandin decided to install a hidden camera inside her apartment. And for her shock, she discovered that her boyfriend was brutally hitting her dogs for no reason.


In the video footage, this man is crouched on the floor next to the dog hiding under a chair.

It’s not clear what he’s doing to the dog, but suddenly he grabs the dog around her neck and violently throws the dog to the ground in a non-sense act!

After seeing the video footage, Ninna canceled their planned wedding and published the disturbing videos to Facebook as a warning to others so that everybody will take more care of their dogs.



She posted the videos with a message describing her shock, anger, and sorrow (translated loosely from Portuguese ):

“That the person I welcomed into my house, with all the love and affection, was able to commit the atrocities you are about to watch!


I do not have words to describe such cowardice with beings [her dogs] so pure and helpless and that never did wrong. The only feeling I have is remorse of not having noticed before in order to spare them.”


Ninna told news media that it is a “very difficult time”. “My trust has been betrayed. I am very shaken,” she told the Brazilian news channel Globo Extra.

“I do not know what to expect and am afraid. I am doing everything to protect myself, my daughters [her two dogs] and my family.”

I can only imagine her shock to discover these non-sense violent acts!

But now her beloved dogs are safe with her and in the message, she said, “Thank you for being by my side and helping us! We are sending all our love is our thanks. The justice will be done!”

Share this story with your friends to pay more attention to their pets!





READ ALSO:
A petition calls for United Airlines to exempt military families from dog transport ban!


Within a few days of United Airlines announced a new policy for transporting pets, more than 56,000 people have signed an online petition asking for an exemption for military families with dogs.



United Airlines said this week that starting June 18 it would no longer transport dozens of breeds with short or snub noses, including bulldogs, boxers, and pugs, in the cargo hold, because studies have shown that they have difficulty breathing in planes.

Passengers can still bring small pets, including many of the breeds banned in cargo, into the cabin if the animal’s carrier fits under the seat without obstructing passengers from exiting.

But the policy, which doesn’t address service and emotional support animals, also bans the transport of animals in crates bigger than 30 inches tall anywhere on planes.

The petition on Change.org says United has been the most affordable airline for transported animals, especially large-breed dogs such as Labradors, golden retrievers, and huskies – breeds that can be transported only in crates more than 30 inches tall.

The new policy may cause some hardship for military families based in Guam, where United Airlines is the only major U.S.-based carrier serving routes to the mainland.




The carrier said Thursday that it will allow military families and State Department and foreign affairs personnel to book new reservations to transport their pets in and out of Guam under the previous regulations – but only until the new policy takes effect June 18.

“Unfortunately, we are unable to provide any other exceptions,” said United spokesman Charles Hobart. “We know this can present challenges, but we hope our customers understand that we are making these improvements to help safeguard the health and safety of pets in our care.”

In most cases, travelers could book flights on other major U.S. airlines, some of which allow large breeds but tend to charge more.

The changes were prompted by the death of a 10-month-old French bulldog on a United Airlines flight in March from Houston to New York. United also flew two other dogs to the wrong destination in the days after the bulldog died.


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