The Humane Society of Mercer County in Hermitage, Pa. has increased the reward to $800 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the culprit(s) who spray painted a young cat bright orange reports the Huffington Post.
According to wfmj.com, the stray cat named Olivia by her rescuers, was being fed regularly by Mara Redmond for months. At the end of September, the cat showed up at her door painted bright orange.
Despite the efforts of Greenville veterinarian Dr. Craig Kryger, Olivia died. The gray tiger cat, no more than a year-old had ingested some of the fumes and chemicals into her lungs.
The Hermitage Police Department are actively pursuing this case of animal cruelty.
Please help to find the person responsible for such a heinous crime to an innocent animal. If you have any information, you are asked to call (742) 981-5445.
Rest in peace Olivia.
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