ASPCA Investigates Animal Poisonings In The Bronx

NEW YORK (CBS 2) — The ASPCA was investigating a report of someone poisoning animals in the Bronx.

Last week, members of a family in Woodlawn said their dog became violently ill and died after a walk in the neighborhood.

The ASPCA posted flyers up and down East 235th Street to alert pet owners.

Some residents think the person who left the poison may have been targeting stray cats.

At least one dog owner says she’s more cautious now. “Make sure dogs don’t pick anything or eat something, could be poison, someone leaving it around for them,” said Robin Cummings of Woodlawn.

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  1. Kat says:

    Sick. Both for the pet owners who let their dogs eat strange materials off the ground and for the moron getting all Murphy’s Law on homeless pets. Use a humane trap, moron or utilize your local animal control resources.

  2. tony says:

    csts go, rats come

  3. sharon says:

    Terry

    Actually you are the rodent. Your parents must beam with pride at the person you’ve become. Good luck in life…

  4. terry says:

    cats are rodents. call the exterminator

  5. Roy says:

    If they catch this low life,he should be given a dose of his own medicine!

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