RSPCA RESPONDS TO STABBING DEATH OF DOG IN MIRRABOOKA

RSPCA RESPONDS TO STABBING DEATH OF DOG IN MIRRABOOKA

“RSPCA WA is obviously shocked, saddened and disgusted to hear about the incident last night in Mirrabooka, where a Labrador dog was stabbed and died. Our thoughts are with the dog’s owner and family.

“The public reaction to this senseless act proves that the community of WA does not tolerate cruelty towards animals. 

“RSPCA WA is working with WA Police in their investigation to find the person responsible for this truly horrible act. We urge anyone with information to contact WA Police, and if you witness an act of animal cruelty, please report it immediately to the RSPCA Cruelty Hotline on 1300 CRUELTY (1300 278 3587).”

- RSPCA WA Chief Inspector, Amanda Swift

Media contact: 
Richard Schoonraad  |  Communications Manager
media@rspcawa.asn.au  |  0437 069 853

 
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