Suffolk County SPCA
The Suffolk County SPCA is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for shooting the white domestic duck.
Chief Roy Gross of the SPCA said the animal was alive, but wouldn’t have been able to survive the cold weather.
There’s a snappy mystery still unfolding on Long Island. Someone has been dumping gators in several neighborhoods. Yes, gators, as in alligators. And the thought of them roaming free has residents a little skittish.
The 3-month-old pup named Joey was found in a black plastic bag at the closed Pilgrim Psychiatric Center near the Sagtikos Parkway in Brentwood Saturday afternoon.
The cooler was found around 6:10 p.m. off Sunken Meadow State Park by a patrolling Smithtown Bay Constable boat.
With temperatures soaring over the next couple of days, officials are warning pet owners to keep an eye on their furry friends and make sure they stay cool.
“The situation is contained for the time being,” Cuomo said, adding he was “cautiously optimistic.” The governor also stated that the response was an example of a case where “government acted better than you could have expected.”
Ian Himmelstein said he donated money and dog treats to the SPCA because of his love for animals.
Chief Roy Gross said a witness saw a man in his early to mid 20s dump a red cardboard box with the remains of a female Pomeranian dog on the corner of Brentwood Road and 18th Avenue on Feb. 29.
SPCA officials say 12 black plastic garbage bags filled with the remains of goats, chickens and roosters were found on Long Island Avenue near Executive Drive between Commack Road and the Deer Park train station.
The swan was found in July with a hunting arrow sticking through its body near Indian Island County Park in Riverhead.
In what seems to be a rash of attacks against wildlife in Suffolk County, officials say two more seagulls have been injured, one from an arrow and another from a blow dart.
Suffolk County SPCA chief Ray Gross says all of the cats and kittens are in need of loving homes, including a pregnant female and a nursing mother with five kittens.
Suffolk County SPCA head Roy Gross says the man was observed luring seagulls with bread, and that a rock the size of a brick was thrown at one of the birds.
The animal protection group said it found an Eastern Box Turtle with a 10 penny nail driven through it on July 5.
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