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Barry Anderson, Bertie County's animal control officer, identified nearly all of the dumped dogs as ones that Cook and Hinkle picked up just a few hours earlier Wednesday, said Detective Sgt. Ed Pittman of the Bertie County Sheriff's Office.
Anderson also said that the PETA representatives "told him they were picking up the dogs to take them back to Norfolk where they would find them good homes," Pittman said.
Originally posted by justme1640
2nd time trying this -- hit wrong button first time.....
I'm sure that PETA does go to local places and take animals to try to find new homes for them and also to put some down in a humane way. But I think that the turn around time on this is more than the few hours mentioned in this article.
Originally posted by Zanzibar
This is gonna sound kinda sick, but how is it cruelty if the critters were already dead? Theyre not feeling any pain now are they?