Compesa outsourced employee is caught throwing alcohol at a dog in Jaboatão dos Guararapes – Folha Pet

One outsourced employee of Compesa who performed the reading of water meters and the delivery of invoices from the water utility in residences in the neighborhood of Knightin Jaboatão dos Guararapes, Metropolitan Region of Recife, was caught throwing alcohol in a dog’s face after the animal barks in your direction.

The case happened this Tuesday (5), around 11:30 am, and was recorded by the residential monitoring cameras of the animal’s guardian’s house.

Pharmacy student Brenda Angélica Rodrigues, 24, owner of Polo, the Lhasa Apso puppy that was victim of mistreatmentreported the case on their social media. She said that she performed domestic services at home and did not witness what happened. The animal was on the terrace of the residence when everything happened.

“Out of nowhere, he came to me crying, rubbing his nose. He just smelled of alcohol and his eyes were very irritated and red”, said Brenda, informing that she went to the front of the house to try to understand what had happened, but found no one there. That’s when she checked the camera footage.




“When I looked, I saw that the guy who reads the Compesa down the street had thrown alcohol in the dog’s face for no reason. He threw it because the animal was barking. There was no need for him to have mistreated my dog,” said Brenda, indignantly. with the situation.

“He always comes here, he, the postman… everyone already knows that Polo likes to bark. The postman, when he comes, plays with me, plays with the dog. He’s not aggressive, but he likes to bark. of every dog ​​to tell the owner that there is someone at the door”, reported Polo’s tutor, informing that she got nervous and washed the animal’s eyes with physiological sleep after the event.




“I washed it with saline and decided to give him a bath so he could be calm and the smell of alcohol would come out. I kept watching and saw that he wasn’t opening his eye right,” he said.

This Wednesday (6), a day after the incident, Brenda reported that the animal has improved, is already opening its eyes, but remains cornered and afraid of those who try to approach.

“I didn’t take him to the pet because I didn’t have the financial means, but I was communicating with friends who work as a veterinarian to help me. We hope that this doesn’t happen again, that he learns not to mistreat animals. I’m afraid now to leave Polo in front of the house and another bad thing like this happens”, said Brenda, informing that she made a complaint about the case on the Compesa website and that she will make it official with a incident report.

By means of a note, Compesa informed that it strongly repudiates what happened “and emphasizes that it does not condone or tolerate this type of attitude and that it has already notified the service provider company for the measures that the case requires”. The company also said that it contacted the client to show solidarity and ensure the severe investigation of the case.

Check out the full Compesa note:

“Compesa strongly repudiates the fact in question and emphasizes that it does not condone or tolerate this type of attitude, whether of its own staff or outsourced companies. The Company informs that it has already contacted the client to show solidarity and guarantee the severe investigation of the case. Compesa also explains that it has already notified the service provider company for the measures that the case requires.”

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