RSPCA wants information after puppies dumped
RSPCA WA has again appealed to the public to help solve several “distressing acts” of alleged animal cruelty, including the dumping of seven puppies in Balingup in March.
RSPCA WA chief inspector Amanda Swift wants information about this and four other cases across the State.
“RSPCA WA is appalled that the people who have committed these disgusting acts of cruelty are still walking around in our communities and haven’t yet been apprehended,” she said.
Two rottweiler puppies that survived the Balingup incident will be offered for adoption.
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