Mangey canid #55 Missouri

I made that number up but it’s about right. Maybe I should start numbering them.

I’m wondering if the summer is what makes mange explode and ravage these animals. Also, chupacabra as a hairless sick canid is now a given. No more fun, red-eyed, spike-backed, bipedal, alien-like things. This pathetic creature is what chupacabra is reduced to.

“Chupacabra” spotted in Valley Park | kplr11.com

A FOX 2 viewer living in Valley Park said she recently spotted this small grey dog-like animal near a gate.

“There is a sighting of a dog that sure looks like a chupacabra. There may be more than one. I have heard up to four of them, located at the Old Lake Hill Speedway Property. Seen around the front gate of the property.” wrote Stephanie Reynolds.

A coyote, dog or fox with mange. Sick, hungry, dying. Not a monster. It appears someone is leaving it food and water.

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  2 comments for “Mangey canid #55 Missouri

  1. September 17, 2013 at 7:02 PM

    So pleased to see you use ‘canid’ instead of ‘canine’! Correct nomenclature FTW!

  2. September 18, 2013 at 8:59 PM

    I once woke up with a mangy dog asleep on my Thermarest. It looks like all the other chupacabra footage out there, but it is clearly a diseased dog, up close and personal. I felt so sorry for this poor creature. Here’s the video:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/mekin/2547823848/in/photostream/

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