Cruelty To Animals Must End

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

I have offered my opinion a few times on articles that really bothered me but nothing compares to the article about the dog left to die after a dog fight. I am sickened beyond belief and the only reason I write now is to plead with someone to do the right thing and turn in those who are responsible.

Please, I beg you - there is a reward- if your conscience won’t compel you, I’m sure you can use this money for Christmas.

Law enforcement, please use all your resources to find these people - this must be stopped.

Someone reading this can help to end such animal cruelty by just making one anonymous call.

 This is not a sport - a hunter knows how to kill his prey mercifully.

I pray the folks at McKamey were able to offer this dog some love and affection in his last hours.

Please make the call and turn in these people.

Dawn Devine


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