Sy Goldberg, deputy superintendent of the state Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, asked "Neighbors and public utility workers should take notice if they see four or five pit bull dogs in a yard and should contact us or the local animal control officer."
Citizens can call the state SPCA at (800) 582-5979.
We'll take what we can get because this guy could be out in 18 months. But there is more, McCaskill was assessed more than $17,000 in restitution and fines in both civil and criminal cases involving cruelty to animals and for illegal possession of drugs and a BB gun. He has reportedly paid the amount.
Once again. it was the civic action of neighbors that put an end to animal cruelty. We truly should look upon calling the police as an opportunity to do our part against animal cruelty. Heck, I am ready to call.