$2,500 reward offered for information on kittens dumped on bridges

$2,500 reward offered for information on kittens dumped on bridges

CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - On June 3, Pet Helpers received two kittens who were reportedly thrown from the Maybank Bridge.

Since then six other cases have been discovered.

According to a new report, a woman witnessed a kitten on the bridge days prior to the original report.

On June 5, another call came into Pet Helpers about two more deceased kittens at the top of the Arthur J. Ravenel Bridge.

On June 8, a man witnessed another kitten on the James Island connector. He was able to capture the kitten, and bring her to Pet Helpers. After being assessed, it was determined the physical injuries of the kitten were not life-threatening.

The kitten is expected to make a full recovery.

On June 9, an email was sent to Pet Helpers about another deceased kitten at the top of the Westmoreland Bridge.

Pet Helpers has been in contact with Animal Control as well as the Sherriff's Department with each corresponding city.

Pet Helper's has raised the cash reward to $2500 for any information leading to an arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for these acts.

If you have any information about the case, you are asked to contact your local Sherriff's Department or Pet Helpers.

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