Target: Ellie O’Connor, Police Chief of Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
Goal: Find and severely punish whoever abandoned kittens in a graveyard where one died and the other was nearly starved to death.
Two 8-week-old kittens, one of which was dead, were reportedly found in a graveyard where they’d been cruelly dumped. The surviving kitten, named Beetlejuice by rescuers, had to undergo emergency treatment just to survive. Rescuers say that the kitten was starved, dangerously thin, and weak. His condition is so severe that the animal charity is having to hand-feed him. Beetlejuice was also suffering from a flea infestation that was so severe it caused anemia.
This is the most cruel way to get rid of an unwanted pet. Despite options like animal shelters being available for pet owners who want to be relieved of the responsibility, this cruel method of disposal is common. There’s no excuse for treating animals like garbage and disposing of them. Whoever cruelly abandoned these kittens knew that their chances at survival were slim. Please help put a stop to this senseless animal abandonment by demanding that authorities take a stand, starting by finding the person responsible for this crime.
Dear Ms. O’Connor,
A kitten was reportedly found barely alive after he was abandoned with a sibling in a graveyard. Unfortunately, one of the kittens was already dead. Rescuers say that the surviving kitten was suffering from starvation, anemia, and a severe flea infestation.
Abandoning these helpless kittens is a senseless act of cruelty. We ask that you take a stand to stop the increasing animal abandonment, starting by finding whoever did this. Please do everything in your power to make sure the person who dumped these kittens is found and severely punished.
[Your Name Here]
Photo credit: Alex Ranaldi