Dear Cowards who hit the dog on W. King Road this afternoon:
Here is the dog you hit. She’s a pretty little girl isn’t she? She is beloved to her humans and right now she’s at an emergency vet fighting to stay with her people.
Yes, she got out. It was an accident, it happens. But you hit this precious little dog and kept driving! How can anyone with a heart or soul or a conscience do that? How could you have not stopped and pulled over?
What is wrong with you that you did not stop?
Everyone else around you stopped.
You know you hit this dog and you kept on driving.
Accidents happen, it’s how you deal with them that makes all the difference.
Please contact East Whiteland Police Department and own up to this. At least to apologize to the family.
To anyone else who is reading this post:
This little dog was hit on W. King Rd. mid afternoon this afternoon. If you know anything or you have any details on whomever it is that hit this dog please contact East Whiteland Police Department.
It was an accident, a horrible accident but the kids who went into the road to get the dog could have been hit by traffic if other people hadn’t stopped.
God bless the nice couple who stopped and helped the mom and her children get the dog to an emergency vet.
We are all hoping that St. Francis is watching over this beloved pet and she continues to hold her own. We asked that any animal lovers out there whisper a little prayer for this sweet little dog.
And to those who travel back-and-forth on W. King Rd. please slow down. No one pays enough attention to the speed limit and it is so easy to fly from the edge of Immaculata’s campus out past the Little League field. Next time it might be a human being who is hit and we don’t want that.
Now that the weather is nice W. King Rd. is dangerously busy seven days a week, especially when there are activities like all the Little League games.
People are in too much of a hurry.
Slow down… please.
And again, if anyone knows who hit this poor little dog please contact East Whiteland Police Department. It’s the right thing to do. We should still live in a world where occasionally people do the right thing.