A bull-lurcher that was found with severe injuries near Carlisle is doing well, says Ashlea Veterinary Centre.
Bruce, who was named by the vets, has undergone surgery to remove his eye which was damaged beyond repair. The vets taking care of him, say he is now 'eating well' and 'comfortable'.
The RSPCA is offering a reward to help catch the person who left Bruce with these life-threatening injuries.
He was found in Little Orton, near Carlisle, on Friday.
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