Suffolk County SPCA
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.
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.
Three chickens were found with their heads cut off and partially plucked inside plastic bags on the railroad tracks near Hubbard Avenue in Riverhead, Chief Roy Gross said.
The Suffolk County Society for the Protection of Cruelty to Animals is investigating a possible “ritualistic killing” after three goats were found beheaded and dumped on Long Island.
A pit bull puppy that was rescued from an abusive owner has found a loving home.
A nearly six-foot-long alligator was turned over the Suffolk County SPCA on Tuesday.
The dog, described as a brown and tan-colored Rottweiler mix about 7 years old, was found floating in the canal behind a home on Secatogue Lane East on Sept. 18.
SPCA Chief Roy Gross says the kittens were found on Wednesday by a woman who cares for feral cat colonies.
A woman walking near the pond by the Central Islip Courthouse spotted one-foot-long alligator and called the authorities.
A $2,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest and conviction.
The Suffolk County SPCA is trying to find a person or rescue group to adopt or foster a dog with an “aggressive” personality that was found beaten and abandoned in Central Islip.
A witness saw a woman throw the puppy, a 3-month-old black lab, into a clothing bin at a shopping center at the intersection of Middle Country Road and South Coleman Road, Suffolk County SPCA Chief Roy Gross said.
The dog, a pit bull, was found in the middle of the road Monday night at Route 111 and Sage Street in Central Islip.
The young female lab mix was found inside a crate in a wooded area near the Martha Avenue Park Tuesday.
A dog that was found abandoned inside a cage on the side of the road in Brentwood last month has been adopted.