Target: Wes Adams, District Attorney of Anne Arundel County
Goal: Demand the maximum penalty for man who reportedly left his severely burned cat to suffer without medical treatment.
Anne Arundel County police found a severely burned cat in a home in Millersville, Maryland. The cat was clearly suffering, but the owner did not seek out medical treatment. Demand justice for this innocent cat.
The cat, named Charlie, sustained burns over a large portion of his body. Veterinarians documented that the burns must have occurred at least 10 days before he was brought in for treatment. During this time, Charlie was left at home to suffer. Charlie will require extensive treatment, but is expected to recover.
Charlie’s owner was arrested and charged with animal cruelty. Sign below and demand the maximum penalty in this case.
Dear District Attorney Adams,
A cat suffered extensive burns over a large portion of his body. Despite his pain and discomfort, his owner did not provide medical treatment. We demand that you seek the maximum penalty in this case.
Charlie was only rescued after Anne Arundel County police entered Sean Todd McDermott’s home. With burns covering most of his body, Charlie was suffering and in great pain. Veterinary documentation shows that the burns likely occurred 10 days to two weeks prior to Charlie’s rescue.
An act of cruelty of this magnitude cannot go unpunished. We demand that you seek the maximum penalty in this case.
[Your name Here]
Photo Credit: Anne Arundel County Police Department