Animal abuse


Puppy Set on Fire

A woman passing by saw the man toss the puppy in a ditch and light it on fire. The woman put the fire out with her hand and then called for help.


A police photo of animal abuse suspect Adrienne Martin on July 25, 2013.-

Woman Accused of Setting Dog on Fire Scheduled for Trial

The woman who allegedly killed “Brownie” the dog by setting him on fire, and then bragged about it on Facebook, may go on trial this week.


Photo: Humane Society of Missouri

Puppy Recovers from Bungee Cord Abuse, Gets Adopted

Staff at the Humane Society of Missouri nicknamed the 5-month-old black Lab mix “Wilson” because the cord had caused his head to swell to the size of a soccer ball.


Humane Society of Missouri

Humane Society Offers Reward for Information on Dead Puppy

The Humane Society is offering a cash reward for persons who may have information regarding the dead puppy and its siblings that are still alive.


Humane Society of Missouri

Reward Offered After Puppy Found Dead in Trash Bin

The Humane Society says the dead female boxer-mix puppy was found Tuesday behind a vacant house in the St. Louis County town of Overland.



Man Charged with Having 32 Dead Cattle on Land

He told investigators the cattle in the pond fell through ice during the winter.


A police photo of animal abuse suspect Adrienne Martin on July 25, 2013.-

Trial Delayed for Woman Accused of Setting Dog on Fire

The dog, named Brownie by rescuers, eventually died.


Photo: Facebook

Dog Abuse Video Leads to Juvenile Arrests

St. Louis County police say they have arrested two juveniles on suspicion of animal abuse in response to a Facebook video of a boy beating a puppy.


Amy Taylor

Bridgeton Woman Sentenced in Accidental Dog-Dragging Case

34-year-old Amy Taylor of Bridgeton was sentenced to the shock time on Friday and ordered to pay veterinary bills for the 2-year-old dog, Coco.


Trooper and his new best friend! (Photo courtesy Mike Bizelli)

Trooper Finds Forever Home

A St. Louis area man named Greg is taking Trooper home for Christmas.




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