Earlier this month, Mr. Worldwide, otherwise known as Pitbull released a song called "I Believe We Will Win." He also announced that 100 percent of the proceeds from the single would go to Feeding America and The Tony Robbins Foundation.
The Long Branch man convicted last year of locking an 8-month-old pit bull puppy in a small wire cage and leaving that cage in the rising tide of the Sandy Hook Bay in the Highlands was sentenced to a year in prison.
While trying to locate a man wanted by Manchester Police for violating a final restraining order and stalking, a Lakewood Police Officer discharged his service weapon at an aggressive pitbull wounding it in the process.
Unfortunately, the beginning of this story is similar to that of Sammy the cocker spaniel left to die on the side of the road last year. With the help of our friends at the Monmouth County SPCA and Red Bank Veterinary Hospital, this tragic case will have a happy ending as was the case for Sammy.