An animal rights organization is seeking information on the identity of the person who allegedly threw a puppy from a vehicle in the Gem Heights area of South Hill near Puyallup last Sunday afternoon. The press release did not provide an exact address for the incident.
According to the report:
A man witnessed a blue pickup truck pull into his neighborhood’s cul-de-sac, throw out something and speed away around 4 p.m. A small, thin puppy emerged from the roadside and attempted to chase after the truck.
The female puppy returned to the cul-de-sac, hiding under a neighbor’s truck when the man tried to approach her. Eventually, he was able to calm the frightened dog and take her home to check for injuries and feed her.
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The animal, estimated at about three-months-old, is now being cared for at Pasado’s Safe Haven in Sultan. She has been named Destiny and is available for adoption.
The group is investigating the case and offering a reward for information. Email email@example.com or call 206-300-7218.