Clinical psychologist Dr. Randi Mozenter says research has shown that people who abuse animals rarely stop there.
“[Elephants] are trained using tasers now, and electrical rods. They are caged 96 percent of their lives and they are not provided with adequate conditions in transferring them.”
“The poor guy didn’t stand a chance,” Stray Rescue founder Randy Grim told KMOX this morning.
For the second time in less than a week, St. Louis’ Animal Cruelty Task Force is trying to find the person who abused a dog
Stray Rescue says the dog was burn over his entire body
The puppies, one white and one brown, were reportedly driven over and killed after someone tossed them out the window of an SUV onto I-255 at Route 15.
Stray Rescue founder Randy Grim was canvassing a north St. Louis neighborhood last week when he made a horrifying discovery.
St. Louis Police responded to the scene this morning after a driver had called seen the dog being dragged and called police.
A St. Louis man faces felony animal abuse charges after detectives linked him to a crime where a dog was shot 12 times, strangled with an electrical cord and thrown in a dumpster.
Stray Rescue arrived at Cennitra Fowler’s home and found the two dogs in terrible condition.