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June 26, 2014

The Burlington County SPCA is asking for your help.
There was a hoarding case a few months ago where we pulled 24 cats and 11 dogs out of an awful situation. They have all been treated for miscellaneous ailments and have been fostered, adopted, or rescued.
The defendant in this case lives out of state and has failed to appear in court. There is a $2,500 warrant out for their arrest.
Due to the amount of animals that we were able to help, we have outstanding vet and shelter bills. Presently, we owe $2,387.31.
Please help us by going to our website and making a donation to help with these bills.
If you can’t make a donation, please share this information and spread the word that we need assistance.

Thank you all very much for your continued support!!

 


 

The Burlington County SPCA is asking for your help.
There was a hoarding case a few months ago where we pulled 24 cats and 11 dogs out of an awful situation. They have all been treated for miscellaneous ailments and have been fostered, adopted, or rescued.
The defendant in this case lives out of state and has failed to appear in court. There is a $2,500 warrant out for their arrest.
Due to the amount of animals that we were able to help, we have outstanding vet and shelter bills. Presently, we owe $2,387.31.
Please help us by going to our website and making a donation to help with these bills.
If you can’t make a donation, please share this information and spread the word that we need assistance.

Thank you all very much for your continued support!!

 

 

Burlington County Humane Police have filed charges in the death of a pet in the Mobile Estates section of Southampton Township. Two juveniles have been charged with animal cruelty which resulted in the death of a “Lop” eared rabbit. Lop eared rabbits make wonderful pets and are easily recognized by their long floppy ears.

On May 21st the rabbits’ hutch was damaged and the pet was removed. It’s body was found discarded in a nearby creek. Humane Police Sgt. Joshua Long investigated and filed the charges.

The NJSP are also investigating. It is not known if they will be filing any charges.

No names will be released due to the age of the juveniles. Both juveniles’ reside in Southampton Township. Summonses were issued to both. The tentative court date is June 24, 2014

 

On 5/20/2014, following a joint investigation by the Burlington County Humane Police and the New Jersey State Police Troop C Tuckerton Barracks into the shooting of the Pit Bull known as “Boss”, the Burlington County Humane Police have pressed charges against Sean Thomas of New York NY and Anthony Sammarco Sr. of Barnegat NJ for their roles in the incident. Charges from the New Jersey State Police are pending.

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