Dog Allegedly Killed in Dog Fight Deserves Justice

Target: Mr. Cameron McDunnah, Chief of Police, East Millinocket Police Department, Maine, USA

Goal: Ensure a thorough investigation and swift action against the alleged perpetrator of a dog fight that killed an animal and address the urgent need for stronger animal welfare enforcement.

Police seized 21 dogs, 1 cat, and 1 pig from a property in East Millinocket, Main following a reported dog fight that resulted in the death of one dog.

Megan Mathis, 34, has been charged with animal cruelty, but her arrest is pending. Neighbors have reported that the alleged abuse of the animals has been ongoing for approximately a year, highlighting the severity of the situation and the urgent need for intervention.

The well-being of the seized animals is a pressing concern, as they have allegedly endured mistreatment and neglect for an extended period. Immediate action is necessary to ensure their recovery and eventual placement in caring and loving forever homes. Demand action now.


Dear Mr. Cameron McDunnah,

We urge you to ensure a thorough investigation into this case and take swift action against Megan Mathis, who has been charged with animal cruelty. The reported abuse of the animals under her care demands immediate attention and intervention to protect the welfare and rights of these innocent creatures.

The well-being of the seized animals must be prioritized, and they should be provided with necessary medical care, proper shelter, and a nurturing environment. We implore you to work closely with animal welfare organizations to facilitate their recovery and ensure they are placed in loving forever homes.

Furthermore, we call upon you to address the need for stronger animal welfare enforcement in East Millinocket and the surrounding areas. Incidents of animal cruelty, such as the one at hand, are deeply disturbing and necessitate a robust response from law enforcement and the community.

By taking decisive action and ensuring justice for these reportedly abused animals, you will send a clear message that animal cruelty will not be tolerated within your jurisdiction. East Millinocket can become a beacon of compassion and empathy by establishing a safe and caring environment for all living beings.


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  1. Margaret Burlingham says:

    They act when their public image is tarnished because of a lack of interest in domestic animal protection. Police don’t necessarily want to risk their life getting involved in busting a dog fight ring where they are outnumbered and/or out armed by greedy gamblers and drug dealers – who will reopen somewhere else once they are bailed out of jail.

  2. I agree with Margaret. Why are these criminals given bail anyway? And if bail is set is it high ejoubghto discourage setting up these animal fights somewhere else?
    Our laws are too weak. Our criminals are too crafty. To continue this process over and over again to the disinterest of the public and the demise of the fighting dogs is disgraceful. Our Judes and legal system is lacking. Justice has not been served. Judges, lawyers, and all involved need to take their job seriously. How they live with the knowledge that their lack of action is continuing the abilities of these criminals to torture and get rich off thedeaaths of so many dog victims. It’s disgusting.

  3. Dawn Richardson says:

    he’s disgusting. Throw away the key.

  4. Alice K. Knight says:

    These animals need to be taken away from this person so she will not have the opportunity to put these animals or any others at risk again. She also should not be given the privledge of owning any animals in the furure.

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