Case: Daisy, Shar-pei puppy set on fire
Fort Worth, TX
Daisy, while still in critical condition, is eating, drinking, and going to the bathroom on her own and overall the veterinarians are pleased with her progress. She still has a long, slow recovery ahead of her, and her vet bills increase by up to $300 a day. Please be as generous as possible:

Humane Society of North Texas
Attention: Daisy
1840 E Lancaster Ave.
Fort Worth, Texas 76103-2124
(817) 332-HSNT

To make a donation via PAYPAL, please click on link below. Thank you!


Family cat blown up with M80
Akron, OH


If you have information, contact:

Akron Police Department
(330) 375-2181
Or, Summit County Humane Society
(330) 657-2010
HSUS offering $2,500 reward

Case: 3-week old calf
Noel, MO

Contact Prosecuting Attorney Steve Geeding and urge him to continue to pursue felony convictions in this horrible case of animal cruelty. Politely remind him that the real victim in this case is the baby calf, not the calf's "owner." Contact:

Steve Geeding
Prosecuting Attorney
P.O. Box 566
7th and Harmon Streets
Pineville, MO 64856
Fax: 417-223-4137


2,000 to 3,000 greyhounds
Lillian, AL/Pensacola, FL


Please send a letter to the one person who can halt the mass murder of Florida dogs, Governor Jeb Bush. Urge Governor Bush to become personally involved and to hold Florida's tracks accountable. Remind him that while the "hitman" bears some responsibility and should be prosecuted, the ultimate responsibility rests with those who sent the dogs to their deaths, and the tracks that apparently allowed this to continue for so many years.

Governor Jeb Bush
Executive Office of the Governor
The Capitol
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0001


Puppy, a 10-week old Heeler-mix
Green Valley/Tucson, AZ


To donate to the reward funds, send checks to:

Humane Society of Southern Arizona
Attn: Puppy Reward Fund
3450 N. Kelvin Boulevard
Tucson, AZ 85716

Any funds not used in this case will be reserved to assist in upcoming animal cruelty cases.

Anyone with information is asked to call
(520) 88-CRIME


200,000 Chickens starved/euthanized
180 rescued by UPC
Cypress Farms, Dade City, FL


United Poultry Concerns is requesting emergency financial help for the Cypress Hen Rescue and Adoption. Every one of these 170 precious hens was saved by from being gassed to death in a dark 55-gallon drum with other helpless hens. If you would like to contribute to our Cypress Hen Emergency Rescue Fund, please send your tax-deductible check or money order to:

United Poultry Concerns
P.O. Box 150
Machipongo, VA 23405

United Poultry Concerns is a 501©(3) nonprofit organization that promotes the compassionate and respectful treatment of domestic fowl.
All donations are fully tax-deductible and greatly appreciated. Federal ID: 52-1705678


184 dogs (suspected puppy mill) and
a 17-yr-old mentally challenged boy
Salley, SC


Shelter Overwhelmed; this is nearly 4 times as many dogs as they normally handle.

Food for small dogs, bowls and other necessities are welcomed.
To donate money, checks should be made out and sent to:

Aiken County Animal Services
411 Wire Road
Aiken, SC 29801

Mrs. Harden said the shelter will begin taking donations at 9 a.m. Monday and can be reached at (803) 642-1537.


Babydoll, aka Lucky Paws
A female cat whose paws were sliced off
West Palm Beach, FL


To donate toward the reward fund:
Fidelity Federal Bank and Trust
701 Village Blvd.
West Palm Beach, FL 33409
Specify Account #7140031763

To provide information on this crime, contact:
Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers

To contribute to cover her medical costs:
Paws 2 Help [Ph 561-712-1911]
2175 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd.
West Palm Beach, FL 33409


Innocence, a cat skinned alive
Indianapolis, IN


Anyone with information is asked to call:

Animal Control at 317-327-1424

"Animal Justice Fund" has been established at Fifth/Third bank which, along with a $1,500 reward, is being offered for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of whoever did this heinous act. Organizations or Indiana residents wanting to contribute to the reward fund can contact:

Fifth-Third Bank at 317-788-0167


Theodore, pitbull puppy set on fire
Oakland, CA


When the puppy is well enough to leave the animal hospital [VCA Bay Area Animal Hospital, 4501 Shattuck Ave., Oakland, Ca. 94609, ph 510-654-8375], according to SFGate articles, he will be transfered to:

Oakland Animal Shelter
1101 29th Ave, Oakland 94601
Phone: 510-535-5605

According to the articles, the youthful offenders are being held at:

Alameda County Juvenile Hall
2200 Fairmont Drive
San Leandro, CA 94578

The Juvenile Court Services office is located at:

Brenda Harbin-Forte
Presiding Judge, Juvenile
Probation Center Building
400 Broadway, Room 205
Oakland, CA 94607
Clerk of Courts - Ph: (510) 268-4104
Fax: (510) 268-4169
Judge Harbin-Forte's Ph: (510) 268-7383

Judge Trina Stanley presided over detection hearing on Friday, Jan 11th. Youths have been detained at Alameda County Juvenile Hall pending a pre-trial hearing Jan. 22, said Assistant District Attorney Walter Jackson.


Luis Contreras's pretrial conference with is set for February 1, 2002.Please write a polite letter to Karen Peters, Deputy DA, urging her to seek the maximum sentence for Luis Contreras when prosecuting the case:


Ms. Karen Peters, Deputy District Attorney
Boulder County District Attorney's Office
PO Box 471
Boulder, CO 80306
Fax: 303-682-6711
Phone: 303-441-3730

For more details on the case, visit United Poultry Concerns Online.


More than 20 Pets killed
New Mexico


To report information on the animal killings call: Crimestoppers at 505-843-STOP or 505-843-7867
Reward is set at $2,165


2 kittens
San Diego, CA


Suspect-at-large Paulo Marques, 19, last lived in the 3800 block of Ingraham Street. Investigators ask anyone with information on his whereabouts to call (619) 236-4248.

[County officials are urging pet owners in the coastal community to exercise extra care.]


5 kittens
Sing Sing Prison - New York


Send polite, brief letters to the judge asking him to impose the maximum sentence of two years imprisonment. Animal cruelty is a felony offense in New York State.

The Honorable Peter M. Leavitt
Westchester County Courthouse
111 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd
White Plains, NY 10601
Fax: 914-995-4184

Case: Cat
Glassport, PA

The U.S.H.S., Western Pennsylvania Humane Society and an anonymous donor are offering a total of $3,500 for the conviction of the person who set the cat on fire in Allegheny County.

Anyone with information is asked to call

Case: Tasha and Lucy
Summit County, UT

Anyone with information about the poisonings or other illegal predator-control activities in the area are asked to call Johnson at 801-476-2740

Case: Three cats set on fire
San Jose/Santa Clara Co, CA

Polite letters encouraging (due to the severity of the crimes) that the maximum sentence along with psychological evaluations and counseling be sought in the event of a guilty verdict:

Carolyn Powell, Assistant District Attorney
Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office
70 West Hedding St
West Wing, 7th Floor
San Jose, CA 95110

Facsimile: 408-275-1704

After deputies arrested 2 Campbell boys for setting three cats on fire, the board of directors for the Silicon Valley Animal Control Authority established an animal care fund. The fund will be used for the veterinary care of animals subjected to cruelty.
To contribute to the Silicon Valley Animal Control Authority/Chubz Animal Care Fund send tax deductible contributions to:

1405 Civic Center Drive
Santa Clara, CA 95050

Case: Dog cruelly drowned
Alcester, Warwickshire, UK

Anyone with information should call the RSPCA on 08705 555999

Case: Prada, a 4-lb, 4-month old Chihuahua
Long Island, NY

Write polite letters asking that the maximum incarceration allowable by law, psychological evaluation and counseling (at his own expense), and that be prohibition of "owning" or having contact with animals in the future be the sentence in the event of a guilty plea/verdict.

Sent polite letters to:
Colleen Nugent, Esq.
Arthur M. Cromarty Court Complex
200 Center Drive
Riverhead, NY 11901
Fax: (631) 852-2543

Sent polite letters to:
Acting County Court Judge John N. Mullin
Part 10, 4th Floor, Room 18
Arthur M. Cromarty Court Complex
200 Center Drive
Riverhead, NY 11901
Fax: (631) 852-1795

Case: Pig Farm Investigation (by PETA)
Amarillo, TX

Please write a letter to the district attorney thanking him for taking cruelty to farm animals seriously and for filing the charges. Write to:

Don E. Wood
District Attorney for Texas County
319 N. Main St.
Guymon, OK 73942

Case: 79 deceased of 120 rabbits, 18 guinea pigs, 10 chinchillas, 2 ferrets and 1 cat found on 2 properties

Please urge the judges to give the maximum sentence for these misdemeanor animal neglect/cruelty charges by writing polite letters:

For the Town of Niagara case, write:
Judge John P. Teixeira
Town of Niagara Court
7105 Lockport Road
Niagara Falls, NY 14305
Telephone 716 297-2150
Fax: (716) 297-9262

For the City of Niagara Falls case, write:
Judge Kathleen Wojtaszek-Gariano
Public Safety Building
520 Hyde Park Boulevard
Niagara Falls, NY 14302
Telephone: (716) 278-9800
Fax: (716) 278-9809

Case: Tiggy, 7-mo-old tabby cat
Derby, UK
Contact(s): Anyone with information about the attack is urged to contact the RSPCA on (08705) 555 999
Case: Hannah, a 10-year-old retriever mix
San Diego, CA
Contact(s): Anyone with information to contact the
San Diego Humane Society at (800) 982-2873
Case: Queso, stray cat
Waco, TX

McLennan County, Texas:
John W. Segrest , Criminal DA
Mr. Crawford Long, First Asst Criminal DA
Ms. Beth Toben, Deputy First Asst
Mr. George Foster, Chief Investigator for the Criminal DA
219 N. 6th. Street, Suite 200, Waco, TX, 76701
Fax: 254-757-5021

Letters to the Editor:   (300 words or less)
Waco Tribune-Herald Newspaper

Baylor University:
Robert B. Sloan, Jr., President & CEO
Tom Stanton, Director of Athletics
Mr. Steve Smith, Head Baseball Coach

Derek Brehm's Attorney:
Russell D. Hunt, Attorney at Law
Post Office Box 726, Waco, TX 76703
Phone: 254-753-3738 / Fax: 254-753-8118

Clint Bowers' Attorney:
Rod Goble, Attorney at Law
526 Austin Avenue, Waco, TX 76701
Phone: 254-757-0070
Fax: 254-757-2033

For more details and to follow Queso's case, please frequently visit Queso's website and view updates (click Cases > Queso).

Case: 19 Irish setters and 14 cocker spaniels
Dover, NH
Contact(s): Donations to defray these costs can be sent to:
Cocheco Valley Humane Society
262 County Farm Road
Dover, NH 03820.
Case: 160 Dogs and Cats
(about 80 remaining; 65 available for adoption)
Shiawassee Twp, MI
Contact(s): About 65 dogs and cats will be available for adoption from 2-6 p.m. Saturday (Aug 25) and Sunday (Aug 26) at the Shiawassee County Fairgrounds.
Details: (989) 743-2406
Cases: Siberian brown bears (Texas)
Popeye and Olive, 2 Lion Cubs (Oklahoma)

G.W. Exotic Animal Foundation in Wynnewood is a non-profit, no-kill sanctuary for abused and abandoned wildlife.

Donations may be sent to:
G.W. Exotic Animal Foundation
Route 2, Box 67
Wynnewood, Okla. 73098


Angel (now named Casey)
Texas City, TX


If you would like to contribute to Angel's surgical fund (BB shots), please contact:
Whiskerville at 409-789-7111
2122 17th Avenue North
Texas City, TX  77590

Case: Dog, black male Labrador mix
Port Vue, PA
Contact(s): Prosecuting District Attorney
Stephen A. Zeppella
436 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Ph: 412-350-4429
Fax: 412-392-0369

Judge: The Hon. Edward Burnett
South Allegheny Court Justice

Police: 412-675-5911 (McKeesport)
Case: 5 neighborhood cats
Tigard, OR

Anyone with information about the killings is asked to call the Tigard Police Department at (503) 639-6168.

The Humane Society is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the Tigard cat-killing case.

Case: Charlie, cat set on fire
Portland, OR
Contact(s): Angi's father is putting up a reward for information about Charlie. Anyone with information is asked to call (503) 464-0772.
Case: 200 seized animals (139 need adopting)
Virginia, MN
Accused: Bonnie Kemppainen and Jeanne Pons, each issued three misdemeanor citations, for animal neglect and possession of more animals than the city's limit.
Contact(s): The Shelbyville-Bedford County Humane Association has set up a temporary shelter off Horse Mountain Road, near the back entrance of Shelbyville's H.V. Griffin Park. The shelter will be open 10 a.m.-7 p.m. today and tomorrow. For more information, call (931) 884-5463
Case: More than 150 Pitbull Dogs
Accused: Gaston Williamson and Leo Scully
Contact(s): Please call and write the district attorney and ask that the prosecution petition the court to order Gaston Williamson and Leo Scully to immediately relinquish any and all animals currently in their custody, that they be prohibited from owning and harboring animals for as long as North Carolina law allows, and that they receive a strict punishment that
includes imprisonment. Write to:

The Honorable Thomas Lock
District Attorney
Lee County District Attorney's Office
P.O. Box 4209
Sanford, NC 27331-1968
Tel.: 919-708-4430
Fax: 919-708-4426
Case: GRACE, mutilated kitten found in a cooler
Saving Grace
Christiansburg, VA

If you would like to make a contribution to Grace's case please send donations to:

P. O. Box 172
Christiansburg, VA 24068-0172
(Please specify that you wish to contribute to Grace's expenses. VA PAWS is 501c3, so donations are tax deductable

To personally contact a VA PAWS member concerning Grace please contact either:

Lila Wills by email at: or by phone at: (540) 651-4530; or Christy Smith by email at or by phone at: (540) 674-0670


LEO, a 10-year-old bichon frisé
'Road Rage' Dog Killer Gets Maximum Sentence
San Francisco, CA

Accused: Andrew Burnett

Please thank Judge Murphy to thank him for giving Mr. Burntett the maximum sentence.

Contact him at:
The Honorable Kevin Murphy
Hall of Justice
190 West Hedding Street
Department 31
San Jose, CA 95110
Fax: (408) 295-5074


WESTY, cat
Burned cat fights for life
Westminster, CO

Contact(s): Vet estimated the daily cost of Westy's care at $263. So far, more than $25,000 has been donated and in the end it may cost $20,000 or more to care for him. To help with veterinary expenses, send donations to:

The Table Mountain Animal Center Foundation
4105 Youngfield Service Road
Golden, CO 80401
Account No. WE289
Case: LABADOR MIX (dog)
Wounded dog found in Beach recycling bin
Virginia Beach, VA
Contact(s): If you have information about any of the incidents, call:
South Hampton Roads Crime Line
Dog Torturer Gets Off Scot-Free!
Delmar, AL
Accused: Will Robinson
Charge(s): None yet (as of May 22, 2001)
"The attorney generalís office presented the case before the grand jury for felony indictment on May 1, 2001. Seven witnesses testified. We are told that because of some conflicting testimony, the 12 jurors were unable to reach the unanimous agreement required to indict. However, the attorney general can indict without Grand Jury involvement."
Contact(s): The Honorable Bill Pryor
Attorney General of Alabama
Office of the Attorney General
11 South Union Street
Montgomery, AL 36130
Tel: 334-242-7300 (ask for the Executive Division)
Fax: 334-242-4891
Case: 10 to 15 FAMILY DOGS
Laughing Teens go on shooting spree, maiming/killing 10-15 dogs
Muskogee, OK
Accused: Jason Manning (18), Lloyd McCarter (17), both of Warner, and Dustin Lee Gorman (17) of Keefeton
Contact(s): Only contact thus far...
Muskogee Phoenix Newspaper (Editors)
214 Wall Street
Muskogee, OK 74401

Case: ANDY, 4-mo old bassett puppy
Bassett Puppy Dowsed With Lighter Fluid & Set On Fire
Kansas City, KS
Contact(s): If you would like to help with Andy's medical bills please send donations to:
Mid America Basset Rescue
P.O. Box 35
Paola, KS 66071
Case: SHEEPDOG, large, white
Hammer used to kill dog
Jenison, MI
Accused: Mark Kruithoff
Charge(s): Animal cruelty and malicious destruction of property worth more than $1,000 and less than $20,000
Contact(s): Judge Steven Servass
63-1 District Court
105 Maple Street
Rockford, MI 49341
Phone: 616-866-1576
Fax: 616 866-3080
Man Arrested in Dog-Burning Death
Albuquerque, NM
Accused: Robert Rodriguez
Contact(s): People with information only on the case are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 843-STOP; or police Detective Toby Gallegos at 761-8800

DOG (stolen)
Horrific Dog Killing in Oklahoma
Okmulgee, OK

Accused: Joel Thomas (age 20) and 2 unnamed suspects
Charge(s): Charged with one count each of animal cruelty; ordered to attend a three-month *Regimented Inmate Discipline program* in the state Department of Corrections by Okmulgee. A state law for youthful offenders requires that judges send youthful offenders through the program prior to sentencing.

Letters encouraging the judge to sentence Mr. Thomas to the full, 5-year, $500 penalty can be sent to:

The Honorable John Maley
Okmulgee County Courthouse
314 West 7th Street
Okmulgee, OK 74447
Tel: (918) 756-0674
Fax: (918) 752-2930

Case: Blue, family dog (named by activists)
Delmar, AL
Accused: Will Robinson
Contact(s): Although Attorney General Bill Pryor has stated he will consider reopening the case in the face of 'new evidence,' Alabama law does not require new evidence to pursue the case. Contact Attorney General Pryor and insist that he resubmit the case to another Grand Jury:

The Honorable Bill Pryor
Attorney General of Alabama
Office of Attorney General
11 S. Union Street
Montgomery, AL 36130
Fax: (334) 242-4891

Please also cc your letters to Alabama's governor:
The Honorable Don Siegelman
State Capitol
600 Dexter Avenue, Room N104
Montgomery, AL 36130
Fax: (334) 242-0937

Case: SPIRIT, dog/stray
Spirit beginning her new life
Evansville, IN
Contact(s): Anyone with information leading to the arrest and conviction of whomever burned Spirits should contact officer Tim Bickel at the Evansville Police Department at 485-3055 or Vicki Kavanaugh at 435-6015. The Humane Society of the United States is offering a $2,500 reward.