The reward for information leading to an arrest of the person who dragged a one year old pit bull behind a pickup has now increased to $2,000, Facebook reported December 3.
The Facebook page Justice for Andra Grace at the time of this article has 29,800 who have liked her page. An update stated
"We have raised her reward to $2000 for any information leading to an arrest. Someone has to know this person!"
Local news station Fox Carolina carried her story last night, and today rival station WSPA updated this sweet girl saying she has now begun to walk. The WSPA video showing her progress can't be embedded, but can be shown here.
Since being rushed to Upstate Veterinary Specialists on Friday, Andra Grace has brought animal lovers together who are rallying around her. People have donated more than $9,800 to her $10,000 goal at YouCaring. Her bill will likely go even higher since her healing will take several months. Some of her wounds were so severe they may never heal.
SNARR Northeast, located in White Plains, New York, took responsibility for Andra Grace after rescue representative Cynthina Saracino met this sweet dog as soon as Andra arrived for treatment at Upstate Specialists. SNARR says people from all over the country have offered to adopt her once she's able to go to a home environment.
You can keep up with Andra Grace through her Facebook page, or SNARR Northeast. The previous Examiner articles can be found after this article under recommended reading.
New information is also available as to contacting authorities if you know the person with an older model white farm truck like the one seen dragging Andra Grace. SNARR Northeast can be contacted at email@example.com or contact Greenville County Animal Control at 864-467-7595.
Greenville County is on the rise with animal cruelty cases. Last year the county handled 958 cases. This year Greenville County has already hit 1000 cases.
Please share this article with everyone you know, especially those who live in upstate South Carolina. Someone out there knows this truck. Someone out there knows this dog. Keep in mind the North Carolina line is approximately 15 miles from Marietta, and the person who did this could be an NC resident.
Let's put the monster who did this behind bars and get justice for Andra Grace.
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