Dog left on mountain to die
WARSAW, POLAND- An animal rights activist wants charges filed against the person who abandoned a dog atop Poland's highest mountain since she believes the dog was brought there to die.
The brown-eyed mongrel was rescued by some climbers using ropes and chains, who carried the 22-pound dog down the craggy, icy mountain peak. Animal rights activist Anna Plaszczyk says the dog could not have made it up the 8,200 foot tall Rysy mountain by himself.
She says it was a "death sentence."
One of the climbers who rescued to the dog says it took about ten hours.
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