Humane Society starts selling a plush Justice dog for charity

Humane Society starts selling a plush Justice dog for charityAlmost a year ago people in Essex were shocked by a case of an abandoned dog bounded with electrical tape. Now he’s happy and well and wants to help others.

This is why the Windsor/Essex County Humane Society has made a small stuffed animal which represents the dog, now called Justice. The sales will fund animal cruelty investigations.

The Justice stuffed dog is as cute as the real dog. It wears a blue scarf of the Humane Society and will cost $30.

People can buy the toy at the Humane Society on Provincial Road. Although, we hope they will also offer it online soon.

“Justice did a lot to raise awareness in Canada about the weakness of cruelty legislation. He’s certainly a spokesdog for animal welfare,” said Melanie Coulter. She is the executive director of the Humane Society in the County.

By buying the plush Justice people will help other animal cruelty investigations. The person who was responsible for the bad things that happened to Justice was found and now spends two years in prison.