Felicity the pit-bull pup made national headlines in August when Lexington Animal Control officers found her tied to a fence, with a profanity chemically branded into her side.
She was taken in by Lexington Humane Society, and has since received surgery to mask the four-letter word.
LHS reports post-op, “ Felicity is loving all of the attention she is receiving. LHS staff is fostering her and providing her the love, attention, and training she so deserves. Felicity had her plastic surgery and spay procedure and is recovering very well!”
“LHS would like to thank all of you who have written, called, and donated in support of Felicity. We are touched by the outpouring of kind words, thoughts, and actions.
Unfortunately, there have been no new leads in LFACC’s investigation. In an effort to encourage those who may know what happened to poor Felicity, and thanks to several individuals who have offered to support a reward, LHS is now offering a $3,500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Felicitys abuser(s)…There are individuals in our community who know what happened to Felicity and we are hopeful this increased reward will compel them to come forward.”
LHS provides intensive care for hundreds of severely sick, injured, or abused animals each year.