Titusville Police Seek Identity of Suspects Who May Have Burned Three Kittens

By  //  August 7, 2015

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Titusville Police Detectives are investigating a possible Animal Cruelty case involving three stray kittens found with severe to moderate chemical burns. (SPCA of Brevard image)

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – Titusville Police Detectives are investigating a possible Animal Cruelty case involving three stray kittens found with severe to moderate chemical burns.

According to Titusville Police Department Public Affairs Coordinator Amy Matthews, officers responded  Friday at about 3 p.m. to a report of three kittens that were suffering from chemical burns.

The investigation revealed that a resident of the neighborhood, who had been feeding the kittens, saw the fresh wounds and because of their severity, immediately notified police.

It was reported that the kittens were stray and roamed the Pinecrest Street area with no apparent owners.

The kittens were transported to the SPCA of North Brevard for treatment.

There are currently no suspects, however, if anyone has any information about this crime, they are urged to contact the Titusville Police Department at 321-264-7800.


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