Guardians of Rescue is offering a $2,500 reward after a second kitten was found strangled with a USB cord in Spokane, Washington. The group posted on their Facebook community page Friday
“On September 19th at approximately 10:30 p.m. a kitten was thrown over a fence, where the resident found it, tied up in a USB cord and wrapped in a green American Eagle shirt (see photos). The kitten was still alive, so he quickly cut the cord off to try and help it, but unfortunately, the kitten had to be euthanized due to the injuries it had sustained.
Last month, we put up the poster below, about another kitten who had been brutally strangled and wrapped in USB cord, just as the one on September 19th, which is still being investigated.
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.
Please spread the word and help us to find the person or persons responsible for committing such acts of violence on these innocent creatures, before more animals are tortured and killed in Spokane, Washington. If you have any information, please email us at email@example.com or call: 888-287-3864.”
Guardians of Rescue is a registered 501(C)3, not for profit organization whose members work tirelessly to work to protect the wellbeing of all animals and come to the aid of those in distress.
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