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NCSPCA Announces $5,000 Reward in Case of Dog Left in Bag on Steps of Freeport Shelter

Written by Long Island News & PR  |  13. January 2016

Freeport, NY - January 13, 2016  - The Nassau County SPCA is offering a $5,000.00 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for abandoning a dog at the doorstep of a Freeport animal shelter in a duffel bag around 2:30 p.m. Saturday. The 3-month-old dog now known as Cooper, was emaciated, hypothermic and suffering from multiple wounds when it was brought to Bobbi and the Strays shelter.

The Nassau County SPCA is offering this reward as it feels someone knows who left this voiceless creature in a deplorable condition. It is necessary to use every available tool in fighting animal cruelty to ensure that the abusers face the maximum penalty under the law!

If you have any information please call the Animal Cruelty Stoppers Hotline 516-THE-SPCA. All calls will be kept confidential. Remember If You See Cruelty - Report It!!!

Our voiceless friends cannot make that call themselves! Please don't let them down, be their voice!!

To Report Animal Cruelty call 516-THE-SPCA, email or use the online form

If are reporting an emergency, or that an animal is it about to be imminently injured or killed, CALL 911 and request immediate police response.

About Nassau County SPCA 
Located in Nassau County, New York, The Nassau County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a 501(c) (3), nonprofit organization originally designed to protect animals in the county from abuse and neglect, and to provide basic welfare. We hold special authority to enforce NYS Agriculture & Markets Law, and all other state and local humane laws. We are the only animal protection agency officially designated to operate within the county's borders.

The NCSPCA is a volunteer organization dedicated to the rescue, care and placement of needy animals. The Society is run entirely by unpaid volunteers and its operations have been historically funded through contributions solicited from the public and through corporate grants.

The NCSPCA receives no public funding, is in no way affiliated with, a subdivision of or funded by any other local, state or national organization and every contribution, large or small, helps to provide the critical care needed to help homeless, abused and neglected animals in Nassau County. The continued success of each program relies entirely on donations. No money given to any other spca organization aids or benefits the NCSPCA. Your generous contribution will help the NCSPCA in all of its efforts. Visit www.nassaucountyspca.org

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