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#Red Roses for a Red Bandit


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This is Bandit life before he was taken and

LOCKED IN A CAGE
on the
11th September 2017:
Bandits case has been taken to the Supreme Court
November 2020 is Bandits last chance to go home
or be PTS without any loved ones around him :[
(which will be a very sad day for all who own and support Bandit)

FREE BANDIT FROM SCENIC RIM BANDIT SWIMMING CAUGHT HIS TAIL BANDIT RELAXING CHILLING
BANDIT ON DUTY BANDIT BANDIT IN G.PIG CAGE

This is Bandit since 11th September 2017 (This is no life for a young cattle dog - 18 months when taken - His birthday is in April)
These are the only photos the owners were allowed until they were banned from seeing their dog. It has now been over a year and coming up to 2 years that Bandit has been locked in that cage. He is there 24/7. 3 years since this family and owners have seen, touched, played, washed exercised or walked their dog. This separation has had a huge impact not only on Bandit but his owner a 16 year old girl who is now seeing a Therapist. The Therapist has written to council asking them to allow her visitation to help with her condition - This was flatly Denied.
There has been a continual hatred from neighbours towards Bandit. The neighbours dog got into Bandits yard through a hole in the fence that the neighbour had placed there by kicking at the fence. There has been an issue for a while with this neighbour and they have threaten to kill Bandit and have on many occasions, trying to release him from his property. On that day the neighbours dog charged and tried to attack both Bandit and his owner on Bandits property - Bandit was protecting his owner so chased this dog back through the hole but followed. 2 hours later Bandit was seized by Council and locked in a cage 1.2 metre on 11th September 2017 where he has remained 24/7 even today. So we are trying to raise enough funds to help Bring Bandit home to his new home - away from that neighbour. Bandit is not a dangerous dog as they are stating - He is a dog that was protecting his property and owner that day. Is that not why most people get a dog in the first place?

Bandit in Cell Bandit in Dirty Cell at Dakabin RSPCA Fascility Bandit in Cell - only Family visit
Bandits Cell Cell Bandit but has now no toys or bed Red Rose for Bandit

We thank you for any support you can give
#RedRosesforaRedBandit