Pennsylvania SPCA Opens Hot Line to Report Animal Abuse

 |  Feb 2nd 2008  |   4 Contributions


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Thanks to Beagley Extraordinaire Eddie Essig for barking in this news from the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.

Here's what Eddie Essig had to say about the article:

Hi Joy,

I ran across this article this morning, and was very excited to hear that the state of Pennsylvania is finally coming into the 21st century concerning animal welfare. From the Tammy Grimes case, springing Dogs Deserve Better, to Gov. Ed Rendell's proposed dog law, which was discussed last week in Harrisburg by the Dog Law Advisory Board, now, the Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is setting up a statewide hot line to report animal abuse.

Finally, after all these years and so many animals sacrificed ... I think they're finally getting it!

I have to agree, Eddie. Here's the article.


SPCA introduces animal abuse hot line
By The Tribune-Review
Tuesday, January 29, 2008

The Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is setting up a statewide hot line to report animal abuse.
Executive Director Howard Nelson said the hot line officially opens Friday, but calls are being taken. The toll-free number is 866-601-SPCA. The society said reports of animal abuse were up by 2,000 last year to 8,000.

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