SPCA of Brevard Searches for Two Women Caught on Surveillance Illegally Dumping Two Chihuahuas at Clinic
By Space Coast Daily // June 23, 2020
dogs left behind the clinic on State Road 50
ABOVE VIDEO: The SPCA of Brevard Adoption Center is attempting to locate two women caught on surveillance cameras illegally dumping and leaving two Chihuahuas around 4 p.m. on Monday.
BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – The SPCA of Brevard Adoption Center is attempting to locate two women caught on surveillance cameras illegally dumping and leaving two Chihuahuas around 4 p.m. on Monday.
The dogs were left on the backend of the clinic on State Road 50.
“These are the things that infuriate us. There are so many ways to surrender your dog to us, but this isn’t one of them. What they did is against the law,” said Angie Friers, Executive Director of SPCA of Brevard Adoption Center.
“Our clinic was open to the public today, but instead of coming in or going to our shelter a mere two miles down the road, they snuck into our back parking lot and threw the dogs into our yard. We need help in identifying these two women.”
SPCA of Brevard Adoption Center continued by reminding residents the many free services to the public so owners can keep their dogs. If an owner is still unable to keep their dog, they can surrender their pet to SPCA by simply signing a form, “zero judgment and it happens at our shelter every day.”
“These dogs were discarded and are scared to death. We know nothing about them. Their names. Their medical history. Nothing. So we have to start from scratch and that is detrimental to each animal that this happens too,” Friers added.
Penalty for abandoning a pet is a misdemeanor.
For any information on the suspects wanted, SPCA of Brevard Adoption Center asks you to call 321-567-3715 ext. 282 to remain anonymous or call BCSO.
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