When the man and woman who looked after Caesar broke up, Caesar stayed with the woman, but according to Kunneke, she didn't take good care of the dog. Then things got worse for Caesar - children threw rocks at him, injuring him quite badly. "When we found him, he had a few wounds on his head, but the worst was his nose," says Kunneke. "His nose must have been hit very hard because it continued bleeding for days, and the vet had difficulty getting it to stop. The injury was in his nostrils, and not an easy place to reach."