& # 39; They fell on my knife & # 39 ;: Stranger & # 39; s sick excuse after stabbing two dogs named Kujo and Bundy in a public park
- Kujo and Bundy were stabbed on Sunday after they got up in a park in Sydney
- Kujo & # 39; s owner said the man who stabbed them said they were & # 39; fell on his knife & # 39;
- The police are looking for the man who reportedly attacked the two dogs
Shocked dog owners have revealed that a stranger who attacked his pets in a park told them that the animals had fallen on his knife.
The dogs, Kujo and Bundy, were stabbed before 2 p.m. on Sunday after they got out of leash at Fowler Reserve in the suburb of Wallacia in western Sydney.
The police said the dogs had descended through a dyke before being exposed with & # 39; visible wounds & # 39; returned to their owners.
One of the owners of Kujo said the man said to them: & (39) they (the dogs) fell on my knife & # 39; after he was confronted.
Kujo and Bundy (photographed after Kujo's # 39; s fourth operation) were stabbed just before 2 pm on Sunday after they got out of belt in Fowler Reserve, in western Sydney
& # 39; He showed no remorse and was proud of his actions, & # 39; wrote the dog owner on Facebook.
He said the stab wounds had a & # 39; intention to kill & # 39; goods.
& # 39; This attack has not been triggered and anyone who knows our boys would know they won't hurt a fly, & # 39; he said.
The Kelpie / Bull Arab mix and the Rhodesian Ridgeback are in a serious condition.
Kujo has had four operations since Monday night and is in a critical condition. Bundy, who needed a blood donor, seems to be continuing.
The police are looking for the man who allegedly attacked the dogs and were confronted briefly before the two couples rushed their dogs to the vet.
He is described as in his forties, white, bald and with a ginger beard. He was wearing a flannel shirt at the time of the attack.
Kujo & # 39; s other owner has thanked the community for their support since the two dogs were attacked.
& # 39; We are so blessed with such wonderful friends and an amazing network of dead strangers who are willing to help us in a terrible time, & she said.
A Go to Fund me page has been set up to help the two couples with the medical bills of their dog.
The police are looking for the man who allegedly attacked the dogs and were confronted briefly before the two couples rushed their dogs to the vet. Pictured: Fowler Reserve
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