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Nine lives or not, attack on cat spotlights disturbing animal cruelty trend

By in Press Enterprise on December 27, 2017

By David Downey

  • Dr. Cynthia Kinney, Director of Medical Services, holds Spot during Spot’s checkup and followup treatment after Spot survived an animal cruelty incident, the checkup took place at the inland Valley Humane Society in Pomona, CA., Monday, December 18, 2017. There has been a recent surge in animal cruelty incidents, including a few weeks ago in Ontario when a teen through Spot the cat 25 feet up into the air and the cat suffered multiple broken bones. (Photo by James Carbone for The Press Enterprise)

  • Silvia Lemus, Inland Valley Humane Society Cruelty Investigator, right, holds Spot the cat as Dr. Cynthia Kinney, Director of Medical Services, changes Spot's bandage during Spot's checkup and followup treatment after Spot survived an animal cruelty incident, the check-up took place at the inland Valley Humane Society in Pomona, CA., Monday, December 18, 2017. There has been a recent surge in animal cruelty incidents, including a few weeks ago in Ontario when a teen through Spot the cat 25 feet up into the air and the cat suffered multiple broken bones. (Photo by James Carbone for The Press Enterprise)

    Silvia Lemus, Inland Valley Humane Society Cruelty Investigator, right, holds Spot the cat as Dr. Cynthia Kinney, Director of Medical Services, changes Spot’s bandage during Spot’s checkup and followup treatment after Spot survived an animal cruelty incident, the check-up took place at the inland Valley Humane Society in Pomona, CA., Monday, December 18, 2017. There has been a recent surge in animal cruelty incidents, including a few weeks ago in Ontario when a teen through Spot the cat 25 feet up into the air and the cat suffered multiple broken bones. (Photo by James Carbone for The Press Enterprise)

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