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We at Word On Wheels will start the ball rolling from sad article we saw yesterday ( 20/11/2016 ) on yahoo news.

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Source : https://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/world/a/33263496/frozen-and-traumatised-puppy-pascal-covered-in-industrial-glue-and-left-for-dead-by-children-in-istanbul-turkey/#page1

A stray puppy is lucky to be alive after a group of children despicably covered him in industrial glue and dragged him through the mud.

VIDEO Puppy covered in industrial glue and left for dead by children. Source: He'Art of Rescue/Facebook.

Pascal is believed to be no older than four-months-old and was left for dead near an industrial estate in Istanbul, Turkey.

By the time his rescuers discovered the young pup, the glue had hardened into a concrete like substance and one of his ears had lost all blood flow.

Pascal was left for dead by a group of children after they dragged him through the mud, covered in industrial glue. Source: Facebook
The puppy was so traumatised, he could barely move following his mistreatment. Source: Facebook

“Pascal was in a miserable state when I first saw him inside that box. He was not moving, he had frozen, very scared and very traumatised,” Nur Rima Yola, founder of He’Art of Rescue said, who is now caring for the injured pup.

“After the glue has been removed, he stood in shock for one day. He was even turning his back to hide when he saw people.”

His skin so damaged from the toxic chemicals in the glue, Pascal was forced to endure a series of medical baths and a complete removal of all fur.

While the images of the injured pup would break the heart of any dog owner, Pascal is now on the mend and has even made friends with another rehabilitating puppy at the He’Art of Rescue centre.

Pascal required several medical baths to help his terribly infected skin heal. Source: Facebook

The recovery centre said as well as two broken feet, he was so terrified when he got out of the box he shuffled to a dark corner and hid.

“This incredible moment of shock; betrayal, terror and pain seemed to have almost materialized in his broken soul. He is just a baby yet, but his eyes look much older. He is expecting the worst," He’Art of Rescue posted on Facebook.

“He is doing better, slowly getting used to the staff in the clinic where of course love is being poured towards him,” Ms Rima added.

“He especially bonded with one of the doctors who is in charge of him, Hasan Akin. They are best buddies.”

The carers at Pascal's medical centre are now seeking donations to help cover his rising medical bills. Source: Facebook

Videos showing his transformation from malnourished and on the brink of death to a healthy, well-fed puppy has drawn more than a million admirers from across the world, with the rescue centre hoping some donations will be made to help cover his growing medical bills.

“We know his soul will mend in time and the adoptive family will play a major role in this. Our medical team is doing everything for him.”

To help Pascal return to full strength, donations can be made directly to the He'Art of Rescue.