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Humane society offers reward in dog stabbing

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 06:52 a.m. HST, Apr 06, 2014

A dog that was stabbed in the head and left bleeding on a Waianae Street is recovering in foster care.

The Hawaiian Humane Society is offering a reward of $5,000 for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the stabbing, according to a post on the humane society Facebook page.

The dog was found Wednesday on Nanaikeola Street.

No identification was on the dog.

Anyone with information is asked to call 356-2250.

Coinidentally, April is Animal Cruelty Prevention Month.

The humane society says if you suspect animal cruelty, you call 356-2250 or visit http://www.hawaiianhumane.org/Investigations-And-Rescues.html to download a complaint form. 

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BIG wrote:
come on you peeps in waianae....$5000 reward ...catch this person
on April 6,2014 | 08:36AM
sailfish1 wrote:
Hahaha! For $5,000, somebody should rat on the person who did this. My question is where does the Hawaiian Humane Society get this kind of money to offer as a reward?
on April 6,2014 | 09:35AM
hanalei395 wrote:
Donations ...HawaiianHumane.org ... "People for animals. Animals for people". ... Join the ohana.
on April 6,2014 | 11:21AM
HOSSANA wrote:
Donations are kept in a separate fund for special occasions like this which is very worthwhile and appropriate.
on April 6,2014 | 12:17PM
kekelaward wrote:
Love that first picture. The pooch looks like an afterthought. Very cute doggie. I see that the scum who did this was too chicken to take on a real dog like a pit bull or Ridgeback. I hope I never run into whomever committed this douchery, cause I abhor lying and violence, and I'd be disappointed in myself that I failed in both those areas on the same day, with the same person.
on April 6,2014 | 09:47AM
LadyNinja wrote:
I feel for this dog. Such a sweetie, and probably going to make some family very happy. There are punks in Waianae who do this type of thing to dogs, dog fights are prevalent there. Yeah, yeah, yeah. There are people who know who did this. Come forward. Take care and make things right.
on April 6,2014 | 11:56AM
HOSSANA wrote:
geez, if my condo association would allow pets, i would adopt this dog in a heartbeat....geezus, i cringe just thinking of the pain and suffering she went through but was happy to see her in great spirits in the news..
on April 6,2014 | 12:16PM
Anonymous wrote:
All you pono Waianae bruddahs and sistahs! Do right thing! Catch this poor excuse for a human being.
on April 7,2014 | 09:21AM
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