Here you see, Judge, one of the surviving pit bulls. As you can see, he was burnt severely and a life-saving skin graft is required. I apologize to those with weak stomachs, but I am not a big fan of cloaking animal and human suffering. This is it, not papercuts, not little blisters, not redness of skin, but burnt skin.
The skin is probably the most overlooked organ of the body. It's not just a cover, but a living organ. We can die when this organ is severely harmed.
Judge also suffered from smoke inhalation just like the other surviving pitbull named Chaos. Judge was found on the main floor while firefighters rescued Chaos from the basement, swimming in water an hour and a half after the fire started. Even in great pain, Judge continues to provide love and companionship to his family. We, volunteers at the Bloomingdale Animal Shelter, are putting together a sum of money to help the family and Judge. This is a good, animal-loving family. Let's give them a helping hand, no matter how small it is.
Our President, Nancy Snow, will receive your donations at 154 Cupsaw Avenue, Ringwood, NJ 07456. Please make your check out to Symone Negrini. We'll make sure the family receives the benefit of your generosity. God Bless.