PETA Offers Reward in Austin Dog Mutilation Case
When Vickie McCauley unwrapped the body that she and her co-workers had found abandoned near their Austin office, she was sickened by what she saw. The pit bull’s paws were reportedly bound with rope, her throat had been sliced open, and her face had been set on fire.
“If I think about what they did to her and she was alive,” McCauley said. “It makes me cry because it makes me so sad.”
Officials apparently didn’t bother to unwrap the bundle, possibly assuming that the dog had simply been discarded there by someone who had nowhere else to put her after she died.
But McCauley wasn’t willing to let the poor, tortured animal’s suffering go unpunished. She demanded justice and insisted on further investigation. McCauley turned to the Internet, where she has been circulating pictures and pleas for help. “This is torture worse than I’ve ever seen in my life,” McCauley said. “And, I want whoever did this to know this is wrong! You can’t go around doing things like this to animals.”
We have stepped in and are offering a $2,500 reward to help find the person (or people) responsible for this atrocious crime. But cruelty cases like this are all too common, so if you become aware of animal abuse, follow Vickie McCauley’s example and insist that authorities take action!
Written by Jeff Mackey
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