Emaciated dog, Queenie, finds a new home

The emaciated dog that was found abandoned inside a Coram apartment will get a new home.The pup named Queenie is expected to be discharged soon

A Coram man is now facing animal cruelty

A Coram man is now facing animal cruelty charges after his dog was found locked alone in a house, severely emaciated and clinging to life. (Credit: News 12 Long Island)

CORAM - The emaciated dog that was found abandoned inside a Coram apartment will get a new home.

The pup named Queenie is expected to be discharged soon from the Grady Animal Hospital in Sayville.

The hospital says one of her rescuers is taking her home.

The dog was found emaciated last month.

The man caring for the dog is charged with animal cruelty.

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