The B.C. SPCA says it has recognized the one that allegedly left two new child kittens to die in a Vancouver dumpster.
The incident occurred on April 19, when the SPCA says a passerby heard the kittens making sounds from the bin in a secured parking zone at 1040 Pacific St.
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The day-old cats had been present in a plastic bag with “Love You” printed on it and rushed to an emergency clinic the place they had been handled for hypothermia and dehydration, the SPCA stated.
The kittens didn’t survive.
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Eileen Drever, B.C. SPCA senior officer of animal safety and stakeholder relations, stated the group might be recommending fees towards the suspect to Crown counsel.
“It’s heartbreaking to suppose that the 2 harmless little animals died needlessly,” stated Drever.
“There’s all the time help out there from SPCA shelters and rescue teams — it’s not acceptable to throw undesirable animals away like rubbish.”
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In response to the SPCA, somebody convicted of abandoning an animal might face a wonderful of as much as $75,000 or as much as two years in jail.
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