Carol Hawn-Miller and Cindy Liggett are local animal advocates who work to save the lives of homeless cats and dogs. In 2001 they founded Kitty and K-9 Connection, a non-profit rescue/foster/adoption program. In this blog, they will discuss the issues around the numerous homeless cats and dogs in Anchorage, and the process of placement, including animal and human behaviors that lead to success or failure. They are pictured here with Gladys on Carol's knee, Cherri in the middle, and Ambrosia the cat on Cindy's lap.
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Posted: December 29, 2008 - 1:36 pm
I am so glad APD is finally training a police officer in the investigation of animal cruelty. It will certainly help Animal Control to have an officer that can assist them and bring animal cruelty to light and justice. I know it's only one officer, but it's better then what we had before. Hopefully it is something that APD will expand on. It is long overdue these animals have a voice. These animal cruelty cases need to be put in the paper with the names of these abusers so everyone knows who they are (same with the abuse of people). It's just sad that animal cruelty is only a misdemeanor.