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Inside the filthy flat of horrors where an XL Bully was heartlessly left to die

An XL Bully was heartlessly left to die in a filthy faeces-strewn flat. Police found Cali, a female tan and white XL bully, lying dead in the living room of a flat in Waterdale Crescent, St Helens, on June 15 last year.

Cali, who was forced to stay inside a garden shed for hours at a time, was uncovered extremely thin and suffering from canine parvovirus, a highly contagious viral disease, which had not been treated by a vet.

According to the RSPCA inspector who entered the property, the flat was filthy and littered with rubbish. And, in the living room, there was a pungent overpowering smell of urine, faeces and decomposition - with no sign of food or water, the ECHO reports.

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The dog's owner, Phillip Boyer, 19, was prosecuted by the RSPCA and sentenced at Liverpool Magistrates Court last Tuesday, March 26. He was given a 17-week prison sentence, suspended for 12 months, and banned from keeping all animals for five years.

Boyer, who admitted being reliant on alcohol and drugs, had previously pleaded guilty to three offences contrary to the Animal Welfare Act 2006. He said in an interview that he hadn't noticed Cali's weight loss.

The court heard that RSPCA Inspector Leanne Cooper had gone to the property following the police's request. In written evidence she said: "Each room I looked in was filthy and littered with rubbish. In the lounge there was a really pungent overpowering smell of urine, faeces and decomposition. I could see what appeared to be smears of faeces all over the floor and up the walls.

"Over towards the television stand in the corner of the room I could see a dead white bull breed dog that looked to be in