Authorities are searching for the people responsible for the torture and death of “Puppy Doe”. “Puppy Doe” was found starving and badly beaten in a Massachusetts park. The injuries were so severe that veterinarians couldn’t save her.
Tens of thousands of people are rallying to Puppy Doe’s case and demanding justice. But unfortunately, Puppy Doe is just one example of the way animals are routinely mistreated in the U.S.
An amendment attached to the Farm Bill could put BILLIONS of animals at risk. Jane Velez-Mitchell gets the latest on the search for Puppy Doe’s killers and tells you how you can speak up and save billions of animals. The Humane Society is urging everyone to go here to read about the dangers of the King Amendment.
Anyone with information about “Puppy Doe” should call the Animal Rescue League of Boston, Law Enforcement Dept., 617-226-5610, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Quincy Police Det. Thomas Pepdjonovich at 617-745-5774.
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