These cases are heart wrenching and unsolved for these Victims.. Please help catch these Cowards who did these brutal, hateful, heartless, vicious, and merciless acts of Animal cruelty...
5 abandoned puppies
Unbelievable these puppies were abandoned near a road and they’ve reached to be taken by the cops who desperately had to run after them among cars to keep them safe from accidents! An investigation was started by the police with the prosecutors and we’re hoping that the ones who abandoned the pups, this time, will be punished according to the law.
Not to mention anymore that we’ve kept them few days in our cars till we’ve succeeded to move some dogs together to make a place for them too….
'Dirty Dozen' Animal Abuse Suspects Sought By Columbus Authorities
Officials said the "Dirty Dozen" are wanted for a number of charges involving the abuse and abandonment of animals.
All 12 of the people on the list have arrest warrants out for them.
Among the suspects are a mother and daughter. Charlotte Mae and Christa Badgley are accused of abandoning sick cats and dogs in a trailer piled with filth.
Dale Channell was already convicted of animal cruelty for leaving animals to freeze to death, and investigators fear he has killed again. They said a parrot in his care went missing and is presumed dead.
Capital Area Humane Society Chief Humane Agent Kerry Manion said they seized a malnourished dog in east Columbus on Tuesday, after they were unable to find his owner.
"He was tangled around a back porch railing, no food, no water," Manion said. "You can see he is visibly thin."
Of the 6,000 cases agents investigate each year, about 50 to 60 result in criminal charges, said Manion.
"The ones that actually make me the angriest are the animal abandonment cases, because these animals cannot fend for themselves," said Columbus Assistant City Attorney Bill Hedrick. "And we're lucky these are cases where the animals were still alive."
Hedrick said animal abandonment charges peaked about five years ago, during the height of the housing crisis, when people were evicted and simply left their animals behind. But, he said, they have not declined since.
Anyone with information on any of these individuals is asked to contact Bill Hedrick at 614-645-8874 or email@example.com.
Cowards Not Only Burglarize Home, They Abuse Family Pet – VIDEO
A pair of cowards couldn’t be content to burglarize a home, they also abused the family pet, a 3 year-old pitbull named, Lily, who returned home the next day covered in scars and welts! Now authorities are searching for these “men”!
The duo broke into a Beach Avenue home in Longwood, FL while the homeowners were not in residence about 12:30 p.m. Nov. 30, smashing a rear patio door and stealing jewelry and electronics. When the homeowners returned, they found their home is disarray and their beloved family pet, Lily, missing. Review of the in-home video cameras showed the suspects taunting the dog and throwing a large object at her. It is believed Lilly escaped through the broken glass door.
Luckily, Lily did return home the next morning but was covered in welts and scars according to a spokesperson for the sheriff’s office. Lily was treated and is expected to recover but one can only imagine what she really went through.
See surveillance footage below
Someone will recognize these low-lifes so please, share and share widely. Let’s get some kind of justice here.On Friday, deputies released images of the suspects. Anyone with information is asked to call Crimeline at 1-800-423-8477 or the Sheriff’s Office at 407-665-6650.
To read more and see the video: http://fortheloveofthedogblog.com/news-updates/cowards-not-only-burglarize-home-they-abuse-family-pet
Dog Found Outside Anderson Inner City Animal Hospital
The pitbull puppy, dubbed ‘Metro’, whose story has gone viral after being refused any kind of help when found abandoned on the freezing sidewalk, starved to skin and bones outside the Anderson Inner City Animal Hospital a few days ago, is showing quite a bit of improvement.
From the Erie County SPCA as of 12/3 - TEN POUNDS…ALMOST ELEVEN…AND GAINING! Not everyone looks this good in pink argyle…but we think METRO looks BEAUTIFUL!! She’s up to 10.8 pounds, and we know you’ll be as thrilled as we are to see this line taken directly from her medical report: “LAST NIGHT: NORMAL PUPPY BEHAVIOR!!!!!!” At 8:43 this morning, her temperature registered at 99.7 – not bad for a dog whose temperature didn’t even register when she arrived last week.
When Metro was found on November 28, it was questionable if she would survive. She scored only a 1 on a body scale of 1 to 9. Since then she has been supported “medically through heating pads, IV fluids, vitamin supplements, and a diet particularly for starvation cases.” In just a few days she’s come so far; she’s alert, can actually stand on her own and even took a few steps. Needless to say, she’s eating very well. Her condition is still classed as guarded but she’s being well cared for and monitored every step of the way.
SPCA animal cruelty investigation officers are currently investigating the circumstances leading up to Metro’s emaciated state. Anyone with information on Metro is encouraged to contact SPCA Director of Animal Cruelty Investigations Jeff Eyre, 716-629-3525. The SPCA does accept and respond to anonymous tips.To read more: http://fortheloveofthedogblog.com/news-updates/update-on-metro-dog-found-outside-anderson-inner-city-animal-hospital
Reward offered after Chihuahua apparently shot to death
A retired couple in eastern Colorado Springs is offering a $1,000 reward for information after their 4-year-old Chihuahua was apparently fatally shot Saturday morning. Authorities are investigating what killed the dog, but DeBoer is convinced the animal was shot to death. George DeBoer, 68, said he let the dog, Chico, into their backyard just after 8 a.m. Saturday. The man and his wife Diana DeBoer ate breakfast and went to check on the pooch when they noticed it wasn’t there. “We called him and we couldn’t find him,” George DeBoer said. “So, we rang the doorbell, because he always answers the doorbell.”
The dog still didn’t come. George DeBoer investigated further and said he found the dog laying outside the yard about 10 feet from a small opening in the fence. Chico was still warm, but had what appeared top be a .22 caliber bullet hole going right through the dog’s torso, he said. “It’s senseless,” George DeBoer said. “We just want to know why. Just why?” The man said Chico had to have been “coaxed out” of the yard because the dog never tried to leave. Police and investigators from the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region were called to 4666 Purcell Drive shortly after 10 a.m. The Humane Society will perform a necropsy on the dog to determine how it died. Humane Society spokeswoman Gretchen Pressley said a bullet, or pellet was not found near Chico’s body.
Anyone with information that could help with the investigation is asked to call the Humane Society at 473-1741. “No one seems to have seen or heard anything,” Pressley said. “We really need a witness to come forward in order to proceed.” George DeBoer said he has talked with several neighbors in the area
since his dog’s death. He warns people who live near Sand Creek to keep
an eye on their pets, saying, “Everybody’s got two dogs and two kids in
the area. Who’s to say it ain’t going to happen again?” The DeBoer’s got Chico when he was just 6 months old. Diana DeBoer
was struggling with breast cancer and George DeBoer had prostate cancer
at the time. George DeBoer said the dog meant a lot to the couple
because it helped them fight through their diseases.
Dakota, an 8-year-old Jack Russell terrier came to a horrific end on Tuesday when he was found tortured and mutilated on Oakville Avenue in Danville, VA. The dog was covered in wounds and had large sections of skin ripped from its body. The details are graphic, the wounds so horrendous no pictures were released. The Danville Area Humane Society is calling it one of the worst cases of animal cruelty it has ever seen.
“It was one of the worst things I’ve seen in the 18 years I’ve been here,” said April Hogan, manager of the Humane Society Shelter. Hogan said there was nothing they could do to save him. “We ended up having to put the dog down because of the injuries.” “I want to say whoever did this I want justice to be done. It’s not the same anymore. And I always go in the living room and see him laying on the couch. He’s not there. And it’s so hard to imagine him not being there,” owner, Candice Brening said, fighting back tears.WSET.com – ABC13
The details are still coming together, but it is believed the injuries were inflicted between 5 and 6 p.m. Tuesday. Dean said the owner said the dog was missing for about half an hour. Paulette Dean, director of the Humane Society, said the police are following up on every lead, but there are a lot of questions in this case. At this point details are sparse and determining what happened hasn’t been easy. One neighbor believes that the injuries inflicted were not done by a person at all.
“I did see it happen…” Donald Averett said he came out of his home near Halifax Road and saw Dakota being attacked by another dog. “Like a Rottweiler – some brown and black dog – shaking it around like a rag doll. It wasn’t a person.”
But the Humane Society and the owner both feel like some of the dogs’ wounds could not have been caused by another animal, and they do think a person was involved. There were both bite wounds and stabbing wounds. “His skin was ripped off on his back and it was cut in a even spot. And it was a small thin piece of layer of skin. You could see his veins, his muscles, everything. I was thinking, there’s no way an animal could have done that,” Brening said.
Since the torture and death of the terrier was intentional and resulted in the death of the dog, Dean said the case could be prosecuted as a class six felony. If it is prosecuted as a felony, the suspects responsible could face no more than five years in prison and no less than one year, as well as a fine of no more than $2,500. Anyone with information regarding the attack is urged to contact the Humane Society at (434) 799-0843.http://fortheloveofthedogblog.com/news-updates/5000-reward-for-tortured-mutilated-dog-video
In New York.. $2,000 reward offered after puppy tossed from car
SUFFOLK COUNTY (WABC) -- A pit bull puppy is recovering and lucky to be alive after he was tossed from a moving car on Long Island over the weekend. Now, the Suffolk County SPCA is offering a $2,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible. SPCA chief Roy Gross said the incident occurred sometime in the afternoon on Saturday on the Pilgrim Psychiatric Center property near the Sagtikos Parkway in Brentwood.
The male pit bull puppy was in a closed black plastic bag and was taken to West Islip Emergency Veterinary Clinic by Islip Animal Shelter personnel. According to veterinarians who treated the puppy they named Joey, he suffered from multiple neck fractures, is malnourished and has bite marks on his neck. The wounds indicate that the puppy was probably used as a bait dog by dog fighters.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Suffolk County SPCA at 631-382-7722. All calls will be kept confidential.
To read more: http://abclocal.go.com/wabc/video?id=8773291&pid=8773038See the clip below.
Starved and Emaciated, Shine the Beagle-Mix Dog Will Get a Second Chance – VIDEO
Starved and emaciated, this skin and bones beagle-mix was rescued on Route 88 in Stockton, PA by a Good Samaritan driving by. Dubbed “Shine” by the Washington Area Humane Society because of his will to live, he weighed only 21-pounds when he should weigh in the neighborhood of 45-pounds.
“Shine is the name because we feel he was able to shine through his suffering and be in such good spirits to survive. He deserved a positive name because he’s going to shine through a lot of other times. Hopefully it will get him into a permanent home,” Director Becky Phillips said.
The woman who took the time to save Shine lured him with a piece of sandwich,”She tried to give it a piece of lunch meat. [The dog] took the lunch meat and tried to crawl in the back seat of her car where she placed her bags in there,” said Phillips. “She helped him up because he’s very weak, and so he needed some help. She took time out of her day to bring him to us to get him some help.”
Just imagining the scene of that poor dog trying to find solace and comfort, climbing into the car with the last of his strength, brings tears to my eyes.
Shine, who is estimated to be about 5 years old is also neutered so it is believed that he was a family pet and the Humane Society would like to find out who owned the dog and how be came to be so emaciated. Something like this does not happen overnight and another day or two and Shine’s chances would likely have run out especially with temps in the 20s at night.
But now Shine will have a second chance at life and the love he so deserves. It may take three to six months for him recover enough to be adopted and due to the long term undernourishment he is partially blind but for now Shine is with a foster family who will love him and care for him until he is ready.
If anyone has any information, please call the shelter at 724-222-7387. http://fortheloveofthedogblog.com/news-updates/starved-and-emaciated-shine-the-beagle-mix-dog-will-get-a-second-chance-video
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Washington DC Humane Society
say there is a new type of animal cruelty is gaining in popularity in some
neighborhoods. They need your help !!
08/01/10 The police in Washington D.C. and humane officers from the Washington Humane Society say a new type of animal cruelty is gaining in popularity in some neighborhoods. Innocent animals are being stoned to death. In April an opossum and her ten babies were pelted to death with stones in an alley. The babies were just days old. One month later the body of a young cat was found with a mound of rocks surrounding her. All of the animals were murdered in what appeared to police as a “sport” killing.
Its popularity is increasing and leaving the northeast part of the city “strewn with dead animals.” The Washington Humane Society is desperately looking for leads to solve these cases and is offering a reward for information. The organization’s blog said, “WHS will pursue the perpetrators of these crimes relentlessly; these heinous acts cannot go unpunished. But we need the public’s help. We need someone to call us. Someone who saw something or knows something that would help our animal cops solve these cold cases.” One resident in the area blamed the crime on a lack of “recreation” or other healthy activities for kids in the neighborhood. WHS believes the problem is deeper than boredom. They are worried that the person or people behind the torture may also pose a threat to humans. Their website reports that individuals who commit crimes against animals are seven times more likely to commit acts of violence against people. Scott Giacoppo with WHS said, “Here in D.C., what we are finding is a lot of these people who have done animal cruelty have also harmed humans. It is just a link in a cycle.”
WHS is asking anyone with information about these crimes to contact their Humane Law Enforcement Department at: www.washhumane.org.
The Salem County Prosecutor’s Office is currently seeking any information regarding the whereabouts of Tremaine Howell. He is currently wanted for failure to appear for a status conference. The underlying charge is dog fighting. On Nov. 16, 2008, while investigating a report of an injured dog, Penns Grove Police Department uncovered an alleged dog fighting operation. Howell was arrested relative to an investigation conducted by the Salem County Prosecutor’s Office, Penns Grove Police Department and the Salem County Humane Society.
On Sept. 29, 2009, a warrant was issued out of state Superior Court in Salem County for the arrest of Howell. His last known address was in Willingboro. Howell, 27, is described as 5 feet, 7 inches in height, 145 pounds with brown eyes and black hair. Anyone who knows the whereabouts of Howell should contact the Salem County Prosecutor’s Office at (856) 769-3508 or submit an anonymous tip.
Please do not approach or attempt to contact the fugitive. All information is kept strictly confidential.