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New home sought for pit bulls who savagely attacked owner’s daughter and son in law

 

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Not usually fierce

 

A mother went to the media not knowing what to do after a pit bull brutally attacked her daughter and son-in-law leaving them seriously wounded in two hospitals. 

 

A mother went to the media not knowing what to do after a pit bull brutally attacked her daughter and son-in-law leaving them seriously wounded in two hospitals. 

 

Kotchaporn, 21, is in hospital in Pathum Thani after receiving 30 stitches to wounds on the back of her neck and head. She is facing more surgery. 

 

Her husband Prawit, 37, had his left arm torn apart needing a similar number of stitches and is in hospital in Ayutthaya , said his mother in law Waranrat, 41, who invited Sanook to the family's two homes next to each other in Wang Noi district. 

 

She said they had moved in just three months ago. Her daughter and son in law had two dogs.

 

One was a pit bull called Bomb Bay, aged 4, another was a pit bull/Bang Kaew cross breed called Boo Boo, also 4. 

 

When reporters arrived Boo Boo was howling menacingly chained to a table. 

 

Bomb Bay was enclosed in a cage. 

 

Waranrat said that Bomb Bay was the one who attacked her relatives on Sunday. She said he had previously attacked her daughter's hand leading to many stitches. But she continued to look after him. 

 

On Sunday she heard her daughter desperately crying for help next door. Following the attack she had called the vets who had tranquilized Bomb Bay and caged him.

 

Now she didn't know what to do with the animals and said she had no idea about this breed and wanted someone to give them a new home. 

 

She said they were normally playful and not fierce - they were just cry babies really.

 

She needed help as she couldn't look after them. 

 

Source: Sanook

 

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45 minutes ago, yellowboat said:

I wouldn't be so quick to condemn the animals.  Been around some wonderful Pit Bulls in the west and in Thailand.   

Yeah, but I couldn't eat a whole one.

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