PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A Long Island man has been arrested for allegedly biting out his canine’s eye, the Nassau County SPCA stated Monday.
It’s a case Gary Rogers from the SPCA has by no means heard of earlier than, WCBS 880’s Sophia Corridor reported.
“I don’t prefer to say I’ve seen all of it, as a result of I simply haven’t,” he stated. “Each time I believe that, we simply see one thing new that we shake our heads at.”
The SPCA stated the investigation started again on Nov. 9 when the canine, a Three-year-old shih tzu named Chloe, was delivered to an animal hospital with “a critical eye harm.”
A veterinarian later decided that Chloe’s proper eye was bitten out, in keeping with the SPCA.
“The attention was popped out of the canine’s socket, in keeping with the veterinarian,” stated Rogers.
Following an investigation, the SPCA says 20-year-old Aaron Kluger was arrested Sunday in Port Washington the place he lives along with his mother and father.
“We don’t know why and the way he did it,” Rogers stated. “He stated he was taking part in with the canine and it might have occurred, however different individuals have been capable of inform us that he was the one who bit the canine’s eye out.”
The canine’s eye was capable of be reattached and Rogers is hopeful she is going to be capable of see once more in that eye sooner or later.
“So long as it will get care and will get relaxation and doesn’t have another trauma, they’re hopeful that the attention will keep in and that it’ll have most of its imaginative and prescient again,” he stated.
Kluger is due in court docket later this month.