Target: Anne Arundel County Police Department
Goal: Prosecute Clint Matthew Mowry for killing a dog
Recently, Anne Arundel County Police were called to a Maryland home. A woman had requested for help after her dog was shot by her boyfriend, Clint Matthew Mowry from Pasadena, California. The police arrived at the scene and found the dead small eight-year-old Yorkshire Terrier mixed breed. The little dog apparently suffered a fatal gunshot wound. Consequently, Clint Matthew Mowry was charged with animal cruelty and reckless endangerment.
The dog was recently adopted by the couple. Many dogs and puppies are abandoned every day. Most people think dogs that get rescued have a second chance in life. Unfortunately, the eight-year-old terrier had a very sad ending. According the the girlfriend, Mowry was so enraged when the dog nipped at his toes that he went to retrieve his handgun. The girlfriend tried to escape with the dog, but Mowry alleged chased the dog into the kitchen and shot it.
Online court records revealed that Mowry does not have a criminal record in Maryland, but that does not mean he should get away with lesser charges after murdering an innocent dog. Sign the petition to demand that Mowry is rightfully punished for his careless and deplorable action. Help seek justice for the poor 8-year-old dog whose chance at a second life was suddenly taken away.
Dear Anne Arundel County Police Department,
Clint Matthew Mowry was recently arrested and charged for animal cruelty and reckless endangerment in your county. He killed his girlfriend’s eight-year-old Yorkshire Terrier just because the man was mad when the little dog nipped his toes.
The innocent dog suffered a fatal death when Mowry chased the terrier into the kitchen and shot it. The dog was allegedly rescued by the girlfriend. Instead of having a second chance to have a loving home, the dog was suddenly killed. Prosecute Mowry for murdering an innocent animal. Send the right message to your community that you take animal cruelty very seriously.
[Your Name Here]
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