Heartbroken over dog killed by hit-and-run
IT broke my heart to see the photo of the little beauty, “Sasha” — an eight-year-old lhasa apso, one of the cutest little dogs you will ever see.
I have a six-year-old lhasa myself and am always on guard against the driving of manic motorists.
I have driven a few million miles in my time, in vehicles ranging from a Morris 1000, where I learned to drive under the teaching of Inspector Dave Penny, the most patient driving instructor in Dundee, to the lofty heights of large and heavy goods vehicles.
I have never had an accident of my own fault since gaining licences in 1969. A pretty good record.
Everyone knows that dogs are great — great pets, great companions.
The picture of Sasha is heartbreaking — a pal of a child mown to death by some cretin.
This is a living being, a soft, warm, cuddly little being put on Earth to brighten up our lives, their life ended by a selfish, arrogant oaf. This is animal cruelty. I believe the punishment for cruel animal treatment should start at five years in jail.
Nothing less will do.
The West End spy.