The Daily Outrage: Aug. 10, 2008

Puppy stabbing: Killer still on the loose

WHO: The person who stole and killed a puppy

WHAT: On July 22, Pogo, a 7-month-old pit bull, was being taken out for exercise at Ocean Beach when he disappeared behind a sand dune. The next time he was seen was one week later in the Bayview, where he was discovered stabbed to death. Pogo was a three-legged puppy that was in foster care with the Grateful Dogs Rescue.

WHY THEY’RE DOING IT: There is now a reward totaling in the thousands for information about this heinous crime.

WHY IT’S A BAD IDEA: We don’t need to explain what’s wrong with this crime, but it is almost just as inexplicable as to why anyone with information about what happened to Pogo is staying silent.

WHERE TO VENT: Anyone with information about Pogo can call Animal Care and Control at (415) 554-9400. If you want to help, you can call (415) 554-9413 to add to the reward.

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