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Rescue group offers $2,500 reward for information about serial kitten torturer


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In the second disturbing act of animal cruelty inflicted upon a tiny kitten in Spokane, Washington, a rescue group is offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to the identity, arrest and conviction of the person involved in the premeditated torture of defenseless animals.

According to the organization, Guardians of Rescue,  on September 19th, a kitten was thrown over a fence bound in a USB cord and wrapped in a green American Eagle tee shirt. When found by a local resident, the kitten was still alive, and the Good Samaritan quickly cut the cord away hoping to save her life. Tragically her injuries were too severe and the kitten did not survive.kitten-killer-2

One month ago in a similar incident, another kitten was found wrapped and strangled in a USB cord.

“These are clearly not random acts of violence on animals. They are premeditated and appear to have the potential to go serial, unless the guilty party is caught. Guardians of Rescue is actively investigating both of these incidences and has put up a $2500 reward for information that leads to a conviction for the deaths of these kittens,” the organization posted on their Facebook page.

Please share this information and help authorities find the person(s) responsible for committing these acts of violence on these innocent creatures, before more animals are tortured and killed in Spokane, Washington. Anyone with information is asked to email info@guardiansofrescue.org or call: 888-287-3864.

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  1. edward
    edward says:

    Dear douchebag I would take that course around your throat and choke the living f*** out of you to go out there a little innocent kitten can I take it on your f****** cock your balls and f****** Pulitzer white dick f****** worst and I shove my cock up your f****** ass you must have been proud of you piece of s***

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