Fifteen cats and rabbit dumped at Murdock Park | Information


LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Lafayette Animal Management is searching for a suspect that dumped 15 cats and a rabbit at Murdock Park.

Witnesses just lately reported a U-HAUL truck and a maroon automotive dumping a number of animals close to the park and Murdock Elementary College. The pets are staying at Nearly House Humane Society.

Shelter employees are asking for assist from the general public to search out new house owners and determine the individuals accountable.  Shelter supervisor Brittany Tommila mentioned cameras on the park and faculty did not catch the suspect.

“No person caught them on digital camera,” she mentioned. “No person obtained any data so we’re truthfully simply hoping somebody from the general public noticed one thing. Proper now, these guys are right here with us, they’re secure, we’ll get them medical remedy however we might actually to know the place they got here from and attempt to piece collectively how they ended up right here.”

Anybody with details about the case can name animal management by Lafayette Police Division’s non-emergency line at 765-807-1200.


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