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Justice sought in animal abuse case

Cat intentionally set on fire; $500 reward offered

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  • Tinkerbell

    Photographer Joel Girdner, of the news team at KSPR Channel 33 in Springfield, focuses in on Tinkerbell while Dr. Steven Root and Allyssa Elmore of the Texas County Veterinary Clinic tend to her burnt body. Girdner was in town along with reporter Joanna Small to put together a segment on Tinkerbell's plight and The Animal Shelter of Texas County that aired on KSPR's 10-o'clock news Tuesday, July 12.

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Posted: Monday, July 11, 2011 3:43 pm

An example of how cruel humans can sometimes be to animals recently took place in Cabool, and the incident is causing quite a stir.

A two-year-old female cat named Tinkerbell received burns over most of her body when someone set her on fire in late June. There's a $500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever is responsible.

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