As reported in the Boston Herald today, the original guardian of Puppy Doe has come forward. Laura Hankins has been heartbroken over the news of what happened to this precious girl, and is doing everything she can to provide the police with information that can lead to an arrest. Sadly, she had been forced to give Kiya (the name she had given her) away due to a conflict with her landlord, and it appears that from there this innocent dog ended up in sadistic hands. Now a reward totalling $15,000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the monsters who tortured this innocent dog.
The original story about Puppy Doe was published here on September 20, 2013, and the link is provided at the end of the article. The amount of torture this precious little dog endured is sickening and heartbreaking, with bones shattered, joints ripped apart, being beaten, stabbed, burned, and even her tongue sliced in half. She was euthanized once it was realized her injuries were far too severe for her to be able to recover.
If you have any information whatsoever about this case, please contact:
Animal Rescue League of Boson's Law Enforcement Department at 617-226-5610, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Quincy Police Department, Detective Thomas Pepdjonovich at 617-745-5774
Kiya suffered unspeakable pain and fear at the hands of human monsters in her short lifetime. Advocates owe it to her to find these monsters and bring them to justice. Animal cruelty is a felony in Massachusetts, so the punishment available should be at least better than in some states where it is a mere slap on the hand.
Please circulate Kiya's story far and wide, so that advocates can do what they do so well, and that is pull together to help find justice for an abused and helpless animal. The number of advocates for this precious, innocent life are growing every day. Together we can all make a difference.
Click here for the article: "Help find the monsters who tortured Puppy Doe"
Click here for the Animal Rescue League of Boston website.
Click here for the Misty's Journey Facebook page.
Click here for the Second Chance Rescue of New York City website.
Click here for the Facebook page: "Help Find the Torturers of 'Puppy Doe'".
Click here for the Facebook page: "Justice for Puppy Doe".
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