“They honestly cannot believe he made it through all the compactors, if you think about how many times those things run. They said they see this often, and see a dead animal in a box,” Susan Tilkan with CARE Rescue told KTUL News.
The driver rushed to help him and contacted CARE Rescue who agreed to take him in and cover his vet bills at Woodland West Animal Hospital.
“There’s really no words because honestly there’s so many other choices, they don’t need to do this. There’s a thousand other things you could’ve done. This is so cruel because you’re giving them no chance.” Tilkan told KTUL News.
Oscar will remain at the hospital for a few more days before he will be available for adoption.
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