Find Sick Animal Abuser Who Beat, Hanged, and Shot 4-Month-Old Puppy!

PETITION: In Sacramento, a 4-month-old puppy was found hanging from a tree after being beaten and shot with a BB gun. According to some animal control officers, they are calling it the worst case of animal abuse they have ever seen. 


TARGET: Sacramento Police Department

Please sign this petition urging the Sacramento police department to find the sick person(s) who did this and charge them with animal cruelty.

This puppy was found by a local resident, it was clear that the dog had suffered a serious beating before being shot and hanged. He had fractures "from nose to tail," and when veterinarians checked his body out, they said that his liver looked "like hamburger meat."

There are numerous studies that show a link between animal abuse and violent behavior towards other humans. A 2001-2004 study by the Chicago Police Department showed that 65% of those arrested for animal abuse had been arrested for battery against another person. Please sign and help make this urgent for the Sacrament Police Department to bring this person(s) to justice. The torture committed against this poor puppy can be prosecuted as a felony, with the possibility of three years in jail or a $20,000 fine. Please sign now to make sure that the person(s) who did this is found and prosecuted.



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Kat Beatty
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Tru Wise
  • 1 month ago
This is just wrong and people shouldn't be able to get away with this and in my opinion whoever did this should get the same thing done to them. Somebody should beat them and shoot them with a BB gun and hang them on a tree to die. It seems like there is no way to get people to stop doing this unless we did the same thing to them in return.
Deborah Bensten
  • 2 months ago
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