Cello was heavily bandaged after surgery to remove her eye and repair wounds left behind by a bullet fired at close range. Her tail also had been partially removed. Photo provided by Rebecca Eaves of The Arrow Fund, a Louisville-based nonprofit group that works with abused animals in the Kentucky-Indiana area.
Cello was heavily bandaged after surgery to remove her eye and repair wounds left behind by a bullet fired at close range. Her tail also had been partially removed. Photo provided by Rebecca Eaves of The Arrow Fund, a Louisville-based nonprofit group that works with abused animals in the Kentucky-Indiana area.
Cello was heavily bandaged after surgery to remove her eye and repair wounds left behind by a bullet fired at close range. Her tail also had been partially removed. Photo provided by Rebecca Eaves of The Arrow Fund, a Louisville-based nonprofit group that works with abused animals in the Kentucky-Indiana area.

Prestonsburg police unable to determine who shot dog near eye, partially cut off her tail

November 07, 2014 2:44 PM