The Nassau County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is ready to make a move to rescue hundreds of animals from a Long Island home.
In exchange for his plea, Edward Nudel is set to be sentenced Sept. 17 to 21 months in prison — three months less than the maximum.
Helen Malazzo of Hauppauge owns three horses, one of which was so emaciated veterinarians were not sure it would survive, the Suffolk County SPCA said.
On doctors’ advice, the dog was euthanized.
Court was adjourned until next month because Yu Inamoto has yet to retain a lawyer
Suffolk County SPCA Chief Roy Gross said an 18-inch cow tongue was found nailed to a tree in an East Islip park Thursday morning. It was wrapped in fabric.
A Long Island man is accused of beating his dog to death.
Madison Cammarata of East Patchogue faces charges after Duncan, a 7-year-old Pit Bull was brought to the Guardians of Rescue group.
Chief Roy Gross said the move follows a recent upsurge in animal cruelty cases, including apparent ritualistic killings in which chickens and goats were found beheaded.
Two men face animal cruelty charges after two dogs that were badly wounded were rescued from a home in Huntington.
Activist Natalie Reeves notified authorities about the rabbits, some of which police said were suffering from syphilis and bite wounds, in January.
A reward of up to $5,000 was being offered Wednesday for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for two dead skunks found with a political sign in Fairfield, Connecticut.
Police have arrested and charged a Brooklyn woman after nearly 200 rabbits were found in the backyard of a tire shop in December.
The dog – a 3-year-old pit bull named Jay — was found locked in a freezing bedroom.
A Staten Island woman has pleaded guilty to animal cruelty charges, following charges that she threw ammonia in a dog’s eyes.