There is no shortage of good people in this world. Some even act as saviors for some animals, arriving at precisely the right time to save their lives. The same thing happened to a poor dog who was brutally beaten up, but thanks to some kind witnesses, including a Hollywood star, who intervened and assisted in saving the dog’s life.
A man was seen dragging and kicking a small dog on a leash near Sunset Boulevard, according to reports. Many bystanders jumped into action and assisted the dog as he was being beaten by the dog. Jena Malone, a Hollywood actress, was one of the witnesses to the attack.
Jena Malone is known for her roles in films such as Contact, Donnie Darko, Into the Wild, and the Neon Demon. She has also been nominated for a Golden Globe and a SAG Award. She is well-known for her portrayal of Katniss Everdeen in the Hunger Games franchise. Malone, on the other hand, has now added another feather to her cap. She is an animal lover who did a fantastic job in assisting the dog.
Malone claims she yelled at him to stop from her car, but he refused. She then stated that she got out of her car to assist the dog, but that the man fled. As she chased the man, she noticed a group of people who had witnessed the attack, she was joined by a group of five men and she ‘felt like a miracle’ as she was not alone to pursue the suspect.
She went on to say that the man had been apprehended, but she was more concerned about the dog’s safety. After a tense struggle, police arrived and the suspect was taken into custody. According to Malone, drastic measures were necessary to protect the dog because he posed a life-threatening threat. Malone apologized for the brawl, but explained that the dog was going to die.
She went on to say that the dog had been released from the hospital, but that he had a broken rib, some broken bones in his hind legs, and a fracture in his right paw. She thought it was horrifying to see the animal in such a state.
The dog was stolen and his name was Champion and now he was reunited with his owner thanks to a microchip. A GoFundMe page has been set up to help the dog’s owner, Kelly, pay the bill for his surgeries. A total of $12,000 has been raised so far. It’s wonderful to hear about Hollywood celebrities who stand up for animals and set a good example.