SPCA Drops Abandoned Puppies Case
The Nova Scotia SPCA says it’s closed the file on the case of six abandoned puppies that were found in Whitney Pier in November. The Society says that three months of investigation have lead to no viable suspects in the case. The puppies were found near the Cape Breton Branch of the SPCA on November 15th, and the Society says it believes that whoever abandoned the animals wanted them to be found. The five surviving puppies were recently adopted after being cared for at an animal shelter in Halifax. The SPCA says that it will re-open the case if any individuals with first-hand knowledge come forward, and are willing to provide a detailed statement and attend a court hearing.