Alley Cat Allies is seeking justice for cats and their caregivers in two horrific cases of animal cruelty in Louisiana.

The first case, which occurred outside Baton Rouge, LA involved a 4-month-old kitten who was hanged in the front yard of his owner, a 76-year-old man.

In the second case, caregivers who had been looking after a colony of nearly two dozen cats in Ethel, LA left behind at an abandoned home discovered many of the cats shot to death by a .22 caliber rifle and mutilated by unknown criminals. Prior to the crime, the cats’ caregivers had been feeding them and trying to get them placed in other homes.

We are offering two separate rewards of $5,000 each for information that leads to an arrest in either case. If you have any information that you believe may be relevant please call 1-888-6-HUMANE.

Our investigator has canvassed the neighborhoods with volunteers where each crime occurred, seeking tips and offering assistance to local sheriffs in identifying suspects. These cases must be solved, not only to bring justice for the cats who were cruelly killed, but to ensure that these communities can be safe from the dangerous criminals who perpetrated these offenses.

Read the Press Release.
Read Alley Cat Allies President Becky Robinson’s appeal.