I am glad that legislators see the danger this animal cruelty case represents:

” For trial attorney William D. Kickham, the search is about more than punishing whoever is responsible for the dog’s pain.

“As a criminal lawyer, this type of activity is a precursor for serial killers. There is no question,” he said. “This is done on animals first, children second . . . and it’s awful what happened to this poor dog but it is more pernicious than that. . . It portends terrible things down the road.” ”
Please read the full Boston Globe article here.

Judging by my stats, people are looking for ways to help with the Puppy Doe case when they come across my blog.

Anyone with information about Puppy Doe should contact:

The Animal Rescue League of Boston, Law Enforcement Services
(617) 226-5610
cruelty@arlboston.org

Quincy Police Department
Det. Thomas Pepdjonovich
(617) 745-5774

You can also help by looking for or starting fundraisers for The Animal Rescue League of Boston. They have closed their own fundraiser for their $5000 reward, but you can always just make a donation. They have lots of animals to help.

There is a petition to encourage Craigslist to stop allowing “free to a good home” transaction.

I am thinking about ways to get rid of breed specific legislation (BSL), and to change how animals are given up for adoption. If you have great ideas, pass them on to your representatives.

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