UXBRIDGE, Mass.- People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is offering a $5,000 honor to help find whoever dumped a crate containing six live puppies into a Massachusetts river.
Uxbridge police say a kayaker discovered the week-old puppies in the Blackstone River on Sunday. They’re all expected to survive.
The money is being offered as a honor for message to move to an seize and sentence. PETA Vice President Colleen O’Brien said Thursday the suit substantiates a “disturbing lack of empathy.”
Local animal control policemen are currently looking after the puppies. They will be was put forward with a view to its adoption in a few weeks.
Police continue to investigate.
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