Letters to the editor — Aug. 29, 2018

  • Wednesday, August 29, 2018 1:30am
  • Opinion

On Sunday, July 8, Tarot the cats’ lifeless body was found in Lincoln Park, Port Angeles. He had been deliberately murdered by cutting his body in half!

It is believed that he was killed elsewhere and then deliberately placed at Lincoln Park.

The Animal Legal Defense Fund is kindly offering a reward of $5,000 leading to the conviction of his killer.

Even just a small detail of something that made you suspicious is important and could be the key to finding this dangerous criminal(s).

Personally, I think Tarot was deliberately lured to his death. Even if you don’t like cats, harming one is against the law and is something a decent human would never do. An innocent cat lost his life, and this didn’t have to happen.

Be careful if you are a cat guardian. Make sure your cat is safe and please watch out for the safety of outside and community cats.

If you have any information about this vicious crime, please contact the Port Angeles police.

Animal Legal Defense Fund can be reached through their website/email: aldf.org and info@aldf.org. You can find ALDF on social media, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.

With your help, we can stop this heartless killer before more innocent animals and possibly people are murdered.

It’s up to us to defend and protect innocent animals. We are their voice.

Justice for Tarot!

Linda Dennis

Sequim

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