Six Blind Puppies Reportedly Stuffed in Bag and Abandoned Deserve Justice

Target: Joanna McClinton, Speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives

Goal: Support strengthening laws against abandonment of pet animals.

Thanks to two Pennsylvania police officers, half a dozen defenseless puppies were reportedly saved from a bleak fate. The officers pulled up behind a vehicle where the driver was seemingly preparing to throw a bag off an embankment. When cries and squeals were reportedly heard coming from the bag, the officers intervened and found the young pups (who were also blind) inside. These animals (along with their parents) have since been removed from the driver’s residence, and the driver has been held on suspicion of animal cruelty.

Tragically, countless pets are abandoned every year in America. Many end up on roadsides, in fields, in public spaces of all types, and eventually dead. If a caretaker has not made arrangements to rehome a pet or give the animal to a shelter, then that person could be charged with animal abandonment in almost all states. But some states apparently take this insidious offense more seriously than others, levying felony charges and potential prison sentences. Pennsylvania, where the aforementioned alleged incident took place, is not one of those states. Individuals found guilty of this crime only have to pay a fine, usually for as little as $300.

Sign the petition below to demand stronger protections for abandoned and at-risk animals.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Speaker McClinton,

When six blind puppies found in an enclosed bag were rescued from alleged abandonment by police officers, they were the lucky ones. Far too many abandoned animals are left defenseless on roadsides and in other harsh environments for which they have no preparation. Abandonment is an offense as cruel and often deadly as any traditional act of animal cruelty.

Pennsylvania, however, seemingly has a different view. Under sections 459-601 of the state’s animal cruelty statute, abandonment is defined as an offense only punishable by “a fine of not less than $300 and not more than $1,000.” Are these numbers the price tags for a living being?

In neighboring states, the penalties for abandonment reflect the gravity of the offense: felony charges and actual jail time. Please show your constituents that Pennsylvania takes all forms of animal cruelty seriously. Amend the law to enact tougher penalties and to set a standard that could save innocent lives.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Sergio Souza


82 Comments

  1. Agree all comments do the same to them burn these cunts alive who do this.

    • Excellent summing up.
      I am with you all the way. And You know what, I’ll bet there would be loads of people ‘jostling’ for prime position to be first to set the torturing fucker ‘alight’.

    • Animal vigilante says:

      Fully agree as well!! Or…chain their feet and hands together and toss them in deep water. Dispicable INBRED scum monsters!!!

    • Joanna McClinton, Speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives

      Goal: Support strengthening laws against abandonment of pet animals.

      Agree all comments do the same to them burn these cunts alive who do this to precious and innocent animals. ERADICATION FROM OUR PLANET OF THESE VILE AND EVIL LOWLIFE MONSTER BASTARDS FROM OUR PLANET IS MUST BE IMMEDIATELY.

  2. Animal vigilante says:

    Probably dispicable scumbag INBRED AMISH OR purebred dog breeders. Either way these VILE, dispicable, scumbag INBREDS NEED TO BE TORTURED AND LEFT TO ROT. I SWEAR, IF THIS VILE TORTURE OF DEFENSELESS PRECIOUS NON HUMAN SPECIES CONTINUES ***AND*** THE LAWS DONT CHANGE TO DETER THEM/PROSECUTE AND PUNISH THEM I WILL BE DRIVEN TO VIOLENCE.

    • Shelly Blazich says:

      CALL ME UP ILL JOIN YOU STREET JUSTICENOW! THE LAW DOES THE BARE MINIMUM IF ANYTHING AT ALL AND WE ARE ALL TIRED OF THE LAME BROKEN WEAK JUSTICE SYSTEM FOR ANIMALS!

    • Naila M Johnston says:

      AMEN!!! SOMEONE, ANYONE, KILL THESE DISPICABLE MONSTERS!! DEATH TO ALL ANIMAL ABUSERS!! WE MUST BE THE LAW IF THE LAW DOES NOT DO ITS’ JOB!!
      WE ARE ENRAGED THAT THESE MONSTERS GET AWAY WITH TORTURE AND MURDER!!
      DEATH TO THEM ALL!!

  3. Cheryl+Miller says:

    Disgusting!! Never ever allow this sicko any animals, put them in jail, fine them thousands of dollars and make them pick up trash like the trash they are!!!
    Thank you officers for helping these innocent puppies!!! Thank you!!!

  4. josie olive says:

    Need to throw this piece of shit off the highest mountain

  5. This CRUEL & ABUSIVE IDIOT SHOULD BE IMPRISONMENT FOR THE REST OF HIS MISERABLE LIFE AND NEVER BE ALLOWED TO BE AROUND, TO ADOPT, OWN, AND/OR BE NEAR ANY MORE DOGS AND ALL OTHER ANIMALS IMMEDIATELY!!!

  6. Pamela Chattergoon says:

    Need to form a “society “to go after these folks

  7. Animal cruelty makes light of what really happens to animals. The correct charge in this case would be 6 counts of torture and attempted murder. 100 years is fair and early release by 2113.

  8. Jacqueline says:

    Throw him off a cliff! These breeders are dog abusers!!
    Shut him down. The Judge should enforce strictest punishment!!

  9. The cops should have shot that bastard dead

  10. Bernhard Yolanda says:

    mean, dishonest, characterless, asocial, primitive whores son and animal killer
    shoot in your fat mug you

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