SPCA: asks for help as dog decapitated

2009-01-11 00:00

THE Pietermaritzburg SPCA are appealing to people with information on a dog that was found decapitated yesterday morning.

The dog, a female cross-breed, was found at a park in Northdale, with only skin attaching the head to the neck.

Robert Deere of the SPCA said that local residents alerted the organisation.

“We appeal to people to contact us as we will definitely lay a criminal charge against the culprit. We do not suspect that this is related to muthi killing.”

People with information can contact the SPCA on 033 386 9267 or 083 627 1828.

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