Two Pomeranians in the care of a pet-sitter mauled to death in a backyard in Epping, Melbourne

Beloved Pomeranians Coco and Candy are mauled to death by two staffies after being left with a pet-sitter while their owner travelled to Qatar for the World Cup – and the killer dog owner just LAUGHED

  • Two Pomeranians were allegedly torn apart by two American Staffies on Friday
  • Sora Mobin had placed her dogs Candy and Coco with a dog sitter in Melbourne
  • She was attending the FIFA World Cup in Qatar when her dogs were killed
  • The pet sitter called her alleging her dogs had been mauled by the two Staffies
  • The dogs’ owner flew straight back to Melbourne to deal with the situation
  • The neighbour who housed the Staffies was allegedly abusive to Ms Mobin

Two Pomeranians have been savaged to death in a backyard after two Staffies allegedly chewed through a fence, causing the dogs’ traumatised owner to make a mercy dash home from overseas.

Candy and Coco were being looked after at a home in Melbourne‘s north last Friday, while their owner Sora Mobin was in Qatar for the FIFA World Cup. 

It is understood two American Staffordshire Terriers from next door gnawed a hole through the wooden fence and attacked the two pooches, while the pet sitter was out shopping. 

Ms Mobin, who took a flight home straight away, said the neighbour who allegedly housed the vicious dogs, laughed at her when she confronted him.

Sora Mobin (pictured, with her pooches), who took a flight home from Qatar after hearing what had happened to her dogs, said the neighbour who allegedly housed the vicious dogs, laughed at her when she confronted him.

Sora Mobin (pictured, with her pooches), who took a flight home from Qatar after hearing what had happened to her dogs, said the neighbour who allegedly housed the vicious dogs, laughed at her when she confronted him.

‘The owner came out, he was yelling at us and then he started laughing. He didn’t even apologise,’ Ms Mobin told Nine News.

Ms Mobin had dropped her beloved pooches off at the Epping home on November 19 before heading overseas. 

She said she had used the dog sitter a couple of times before, but they had been looked after at a different home. 

The pet sitter sent Ms Mobin regular updates on how the pooches were doing while she was in Qatar – but rang her in a panicked state on Friday. 

‘She was crying and saying ‘we have a situation’,’ Ms Mobin said. 

The distraught owner was told the dogs had been attacked while they were in the backyard – and one of them was missing. 

Coco wasn’t able to be saved after being taken to the vet and the other pooch, Candy, was nowhere to be seen. 

Candy and Coco (pictured) were being looked after at a home in Melbourne's north last Friday, while their owner was in Qatar for the FIFA World Cup

Candy and Coco (pictured) were being looked after at a home in Melbourne’s north last Friday, while their owner was in Qatar for the FIFA World Cup

The minder went next door to ask about the dog but was rebuffed and wasn’t allowed in to search for her. 

Ms Mobin took a 13-hour flight home to Melbourne the next day and said the ‘whole family was crying’ and were ‘shocked and traumatised’. 

Friends of Ms Mobin approached the neighbour but were allegedly refused entry to look for Candy. 

Victoria police told Nine News officers went to the property on Saturday and found Candy’s body in the man’s backyard. 

After Ms Mobin touched down in Melbourne she went to the vet hospital to farewell her adored pets, before heading to the neighbour’s home. 

After Ms Mobin (pictured, with one of her dogs) touched down in Melbourne she went to the vet hospital to farewell her adored pets

After Ms Mobin (pictured, with one of her dogs) touched down in Melbourne she went to the vet hospital to farewell her adored pets

She said the man allegedly abused and laughed at her when she approached him, adding the dogs were a threat to the community. 

‘My Coco was cut from the neck, it was like a knife,’ she said.

A spokesperson from Whittlesea Council said the incident was under investigation. 

It is unknown if the dogs in the alleged attack have been seized.  

The council was contacted by Daily Mail Australia for comment.  

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