This one will get you right in the feels. And it's going to hurt.

Stories like this work the emotions in two ways. They anger you and break your heart.

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Who could have done such a thing and why? You're hoping it was just an accident and that way you can just have pity on this poor pup for an unfortunate and unlucky accident. We're still hoping that's the case.

But it feels like this could be more and worse. An act of just pure disregard. Who would throw a dog in a dumpster and leave them there. Were they hoping something like this would happen to the animal? If they put the dog in the trash, they had to of known something like this could happen.

We've got lots of questions and CAHS is hoping you can shed some light on the situation.

Please take a look at the dog in the picture above. Share the Facebook post, picture, and phone number.

Check back often to see if Capital Area Humane Society has updated the information.

If you have any information regarding this dog, please contact CAHS at (517) 626-6060.

From what you can read in the Facebook post, she was in a dumpster and it appears that she was subsequently dumped into the back of a garbage truck.

She sustained life-threatening injuries, and is lucky to be alive. She is currently at an emergency veterinary clinic receiving the care she needs. (CAHS)

If you can, help us find out what happened and if someone did this.

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