A 28 year old Stirlingshire man has been charged with causing the death of six dogs which were found dead in a kennel. They are believed to have starved to death.
In addition to 11 alleged animal cruelty offences, the man, unnamed for legal reasons, has also been charged with two wildlife crime offences related to the alleged illegal use of snares.
Full story in Daily Record here.
You might wonder why we’re blogging about this case. That will become clear as the case progresses. One to watch.
2 thoughts on “‘Man’ charged after six dead dogs found in kennel, starved to death”
Post hijack, sorry. But the SSPCA has been reporting on the successful rescue of a Sea Eagle chick who got caught up in an angler’s discarded fishing line.
Even a minor thing like littering can become a real threat to our avifauna, given their parlous state right now.
Now RPS, would there be any chance that these dogs were actually planted by an “anti”?