It was originally said that the pit bull had no food or water for 5 days and now they are saying the pit bull had "hardly any" food or water. Also, CACC gave the pit bull to another rescue that says the pit bull is gaining weight and she's not ready to adopt yet. She needs weeks more training before she is adoptable.
Steve Miller's investigative update ends with other similar incidents at CACC, specifically two other dogs that were killed by CACC.
Great. Now here is a list of all the pit bull attack victims in Chicago we have had no update on:
When asked, CACC refused to give any comment whatsoever and there has been no update on what happened to the pit bull owner, the pit bull or the owners of the victim dogs.
May 06, 2015 Alsip Pit Bull Seriously Mauled Boy
The little boy's attack was not reported at all originally. Only when it looked like the pit bull might be declared vicious (horrors!) did it become newsworthy in Cook county. No update as to whether the pit bull was actually declared vicious or if it was put down. And no update on how the victim and his family are doing.
Apr 03, 2015 Chicago: Leashed Pit Bull Kills Leashed Pekingese
No media bothered to cover this little dog's death by a pit bull.
Feb 10, 2015 Lawsuit: Chicago Woman Attacked by Pit Bull, Sees Pet Killed and is Shot in Foot at Jazz Festival
This INSANE attack and the INSANE amount of mayhem that accompanied it was never covered by the media.
Sep 19, 2014 Chicago Pit bulls attack 5 people and kill 1 cat in 5 months and NOTHING is done
An actual investigative reporter followed up on tips and reports on an untenable situation in which CACC did nothing to remove demonstrably dangerous pit bulls. But we have no update about whether CACC actually eventually did its job.
Nov 02, 2013 Chicago Animal Control Worker Seriously Injured In Pit Bull Attack No update on this CACC worker's condition. We don't know if she lost a hand. We don't know if this attack was investigated. We don't know if any charges were brought. We don't know how the victim fared and we don't know if CACC changed its policy about pit bulls at all.
But we do know the Monkey will be adopted by hook or by crook.