Seven dead pitbulls including a three-month-old puppy are found dead inside trash bags on Long Island
- Seven pit bulls were found in garbage bags in Nassau County, Long Island
- The Nassau County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals offers a $ 5,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction
- The Animal Cruelty Stoppers of the state of New York requested the help of the public after they discovered four females, two males and a 3-month-old puppy
- They want to use all available tools & # 39; to make sure that abusers face the maximum penalty under the law
Leah Simpson for Dailymail.com
The Nassau County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals offers a $ 5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who placed seven dead pit bulls in trash bags.
Animal Cruelty Stoppers has asked for public help after four women, two men and a 3-month-old puppy were discovered on Wednesday at a sink in the New York State Department of Transportation.
"This is horrendous, for someone to kill these animals and throw them on the sink fence," Nassau SPCA Detective Gary Rogers said, according to News 12 Long Island.
"The SPCA of Nassau County is offering this reward because it feels like someone knows who placed these dogs there," an alert published on Wednesday said.
Four females, two males and a 3-month-old puppy were discovered in a sinkhole of the New York State Department of Transportation on Wednesday
"We believe that it is necessary to use all available tools to combat animal cruelty to ensure that abusers face the maximum penalty established by law."
All information about the devastating scene on Dietz St and South Franklin St in Hempstead will be kept confidential to encourage people to tip.
While the organization has delivered $ 5,000 in rewards to date, they need help to continue their work to bring animal abusers to justice.
Nassau Country SPCA urged the public to support them by donating the money they can to help give voice to the animals.
Animal Cruelty Stoppers wants to use all available tools & # 39; to make sure that abusers face the maximum penalty under the law after they were discovered in Hempstead
& # 39; Our friends without a voice can not make that call themselves! Please, no disappointments, be his voice! they wrote.
Many expressed their displeasure in the Facebook comments section of the SPCA page and its publication was shared more than 1,000 times.
Michelle Wiecezak Cohen wrote: "Reading the comments made me feel a little better … seeing that people are as sick and as angry as I. I am horrified by what today walks through our streets … not human, I wish I could unveil this.
But some Facebook users called for stricter laws on animal cruelty.
Sandy Unger wrote: "Then, when will the laws change so that this does not continue? It happens all the time WITHOUT repercussions. Oh wait. If they are caught, they go on a list to not have a dog for 5 years. Wake up the legislators! Nauseating! & # 39;
Anyone with information can anonymously call 516-THE-SPCA.