Cruelty to animals never fails to turn my stomach, but this ongoing case here really makes me feel sick to the pit of my stomach, but first, they will have to find her…
To say fact is stranger than fiction with what this woman appears to do it pretty close to the mark here, it’s unbearable. The hunt is on for this mystery woman who has been filmed appearing to suffocate her greyhound dog with a plastic bag!
The woman is likely to be local to the area where the footage was taken, near Balgowlah in Sydney’s north, and if you’re from that area, then keep a watch out!
The woman’s description was given as being about a medium build with shoulder length dark or black hair, she was, at the time, dressed in pink jogging shorts and sneakers!
The animals rescue association, the RSPCA, is urgently asking anyone who knows this woman or her dog to contact the cruelty hotline immediately.
The woman has what appears to be a plastic bag that she is seemingly using to suffocate her poor pet greyhound dog with.
The actual incident happened at Peronne Avenue in Clontarf not long after around 7.30pm on Monday.
A statement was issued saying:
“The informant in this matter has done the right thing by reporting this incident to RSPCA NSW straight away.”
“By documenting this act, we are able to investigate further and help to stop this from occurring again.”
Anyone at all who can help identify the woman please call the RSPCA or call 1300 CRUELTY (1300 278 3589).
Spread the news, let’s find this woman!