“We found JD in one of the bedrooms tied to a radiator with about 12 inches of chain so he couldn’t move very much,” Anthony Pulfer, deputy chief inspector with the RSPCA, said in a press release. “He was sat in his own feces and urine and didn’t have any access to food or water. We think he had been there for at least 48 hours.”
The room where JD was tied up was dirty and cluttered, littered with cans of paint and other things that are hazardous for a dog. Looking around the room, it was clear that JD had been kept there for a while, even before he was tied up, and had tried to escape many times before.