Humane Society offers reward in owl t...

Humane Society offers reward in owl trapping case

There are 5 comments on the NewsTimes.com story from Jan 22, 2009, titled Humane Society offers reward in owl trapping case. In it, NewsTimes.com reports that:

The Humane Society of the United States is hoping a $2,500 reward will help authorities find the person who set a steel trap that snared a great horned owl in Wallingford.

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very sad

Southbury, CT

#1 Jan 22, 2009
a beautiful animal....lets hope they catch the creeps that did this..prosecute them to the hilt..
Stamford Stink

Montville, NJ

#2 Jan 22, 2009
very sad wrote:
a beautiful animal....lets hope they catch the creeps that did this..prosecute them to the hilt..
Unfortunately, animal abuse, neglect and murder of any kind to any animal is not taken seriously. If they ever catch this dirt bag, they will just get a small fine and go on their merry way to do something just as nasty all over again.
Jesses GRL

Deep River, CT

#3 Jan 22, 2009
a tragedy. no stew tonite for some trapper.
Mmmmmmm

Montville, NJ

#8 Jan 28, 2009
10,000 votes needed by Saturday! THIS IS A NO KILL SHELTER.

Please help our city's shelter (Stamford Animal Care & Control) by going to www.opinpets.org and voting for them. It's free and they need the $$$ of course. You don't have to use your name. You can do it anonymously. Please vote before January 31, 2009.

Here is what a volunteer has to say about Stamford Animal Care & Control:

Jenny - "The Stamford Shelter has the 3rd highest intake rate in the State of CT municipal shelter system (# of animals taken in), the highest adoption rate and the lowest euthanasia rate. What better way to honor our no-kill facility led by the most compassionate Shelter Manager then to vote for this shelter. Am I bragging? You bet I am. I am a volunteer with the Stamford Shelter and have been witness to the transformation that can occur if we just believe that every adoptable animal deserves to live and refuse to buy into the excuse "too many animals and too little homes". We believe there is a loving home and guardian for every animal in our care. The no-kill revolution is upon us and we are proud to be part of it.
The cat? My newest - adopted from the shelter Nov 2008"

Please repost this bulletin.

---------- Bulletin Message ----------
From: Supporting Stamford Animal Care & Control Shelter
Date: Jan 28, 2009 3:15 PM

PLEASE VOTE FOR STAMFORD ANIMAL CARE & CONTROL AND HELP US WIN $10K!!

PLEASE CROSSPOST!

JUST CLICK HERE OR COPY AND PASTE THIS LINK INTO YOUR BROWSWER TO VOTE:

http://www.care2.com/animalsheltercontest/760...

THE ANIMALS THANK YOU!!!
Rebecca

United States

#9 Jan 28, 2009
What a deplorable act.

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