Stellarton Police seeking public assistance in animal cruelty cases timberland
On Oct. 22, a resident in Auburn Drive area reported that a stray cat they feed showed up with a note, which read, “keep your cat at home. Next time it won’t be coming home.” The note had been placed in a small Ziploc bag and tied to the cat’s neck with a piece of white twine.
On Oct. 31, timberland a cat returned home in the valley woods area with same note secured in the same fashion. The owner was concerned about the cat’s condition and took the cat to the vet. The vet confirmed that the cat had been covered in gasoline. Due to injury on the cat’s nose, it is possible that a live trap may have been used to catch the cat.
Police are asking for the public’s assistance in helping to identify the person or persons involved. If you note any suspicious activity involving your pets, please contact the Stellarton Police Service at 752 6160.
That’s disgusting!! Whoever would do that should be ashamed of themselves. That’s an example of a horrible human being. To the comment about keeping pets on your property, have you ever tried to train a cat to stay in one particular place? When I lived downtown I kept my cat inside, now that I’m a ways away from everything, the cat (who is much happier outside) can go out. she’s fixed and disease fr timberland ee, if she walks across the neighbors yard I hardly see the harm in it, same goes for any oth timberland er animals wandering on my property.