• The SPCA Offers $1,000 Reward

    to Help Monterey County Animal Services Cruelty Investigation

    The SPCA for Monterey County (SPCA) is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who clipped a carabiner type clip through a dog’s skin and attached it to a chain connected to clumps on concrete on Armstrong Road in unincorporated Salinas on or around August 3rd. Monterey County Animal Services (MCAS) is investigating the case. 

    The SPCA is offering this reward to help MCAS with their cruelty investigation. While the nonprofit SPCA and the municipal MCAS are not related, they both work to help animals in our community. 

    “We hope this reward will inspire someone to come forward with information about this horrible case of animal abuse,” says Beth Brookhouser, SPCA Director of Community Outreach. “Please, if you know anything, contact Monterey County Animal Services.” 

    “Animal Services appreciates the support of the SPCA for Monterey County as we try to find out who committed this horrific act and encourages the public to report any information they may have to help bring justice for this sweet young dog,” says Cindy Burnham, Animal Services Administrator for Monterey County Animal Services.

    If you have any information about this case, please contact Monterey County Animal Services at 831-769-8850 or report online at www.mtyhd.org/animalcomplaints . If you know any any other animal being neglected or abused, please contact the SPCA at www.SPCAmc.org/report-cruelty or 831-373-2631.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on August 16, 2019

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