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While Miller arrived and ran to get her dogs, she was preceded by two guys who attacked the dogs – one with a baseball bat who kept hitting the dogs repeatedly while the other pulled over his car such that the dogs were trapped within a circle and had little way to escape. The guys beat the dogs with such force that they barked and whimpered in pain while the owner held a freighted and unsteady Reed to support her. Miller kept begging aloud to the guy with the baseball bat to stop hitting the male dog as the female dog had slipped away, finding a little space in the scene. Finally, the guy with the bat stopped after several cries from Miller begged him not to hurt the dog. When she got the dogs home, they were still shivering and whimpering, crouched in a corner from the trauma inflicted on them at Reed’s yard. Kato was brutally beaten and needed urgent medical treatment.
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