A Previous Tv presenter has slammed law enforcement for detaining his canine for ten months right after their walker was mauled to dying by her very own XL Bully.
Ex-ITN and Sky News journalist Glen Oglaza has not witnessed 6-calendar year-outdated Cookie or 15-thirty day period-previous Shadow given that Natasha Johnston died in January.
She was killed by her rescue pet dog, which was set down pursuing the attack in Caterham, Surrey.
Now Oglaza, 68, is battling cops for the correct to carry his pets house.
He told The Sunlight: “They have been place in prison – they’ve been locked up in cages for 10 months.
“We’re not permitted to go to them.
“The legal rights of pet dogs and puppy homeowners appears to be, to me, to be zero.
“No bail, no visitation legal rights.
“It’s torture. It is been awful for me and my loved ones – actually coronary heart-breaking.
“My kids had been devastated. They were being in pieces.”
In September, Oglaza, of Croydon, South London, took Surrey Police to court docket in which a choose dominated his animals were illegally held.
He now intends to go after the pressure for expenditures at a civil hearing these days at Staines magistrates’ courtroom.