Karen Eldridge, 53, of Merced holds a sign with a picture of Lucious, a 1-year-old husky who was attacked by two men with machetes on Friday, during a rally against animal cruelty at G Street and Olive Avenue in Merced on Saturday. The rally comes after the second reported violent dog attack of the year in the city. On Friday, Lucious was attacked by two men with machetes while tied to a fire hydrant near Austin Avenue and Conestoga Drive. Lucious survived the attack and was later euthanized by authorities.
Karen Eldridge, 53, of Merced holds a sign with a picture of Lucious, a 1-year-old husky who was attacked by two men with machetes on Friday, during a rally against animal cruelty at G Street and Olive Avenue in Merced on Saturday. The rally comes after the second reported violent dog attack of the year in the city. On Friday, Lucious was attacked by two men with machetes while tied to a fire hydrant near Austin Avenue and Conestoga Drive. Lucious survived the attack and was later euthanized by authorities. Andrew Kuhn akuhn@mercedsunstar.com
Karen Eldridge, 53, of Merced holds a sign with a picture of Lucious, a 1-year-old husky who was attacked by two men with machetes on Friday, during a rally against animal cruelty at G Street and Olive Avenue in Merced on Saturday. The rally comes after the second reported violent dog attack of the year in the city. On Friday, Lucious was attacked by two men with machetes while tied to a fire hydrant near Austin Avenue and Conestoga Drive. Lucious survived the attack and was later euthanized by authorities. Andrew Kuhn akuhn@mercedsunstar.com

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