Talking about animal cruelty within a small community is never easy. We would all like to think that none of our friends and neighbors are capable of such things. But when these acts are discovered, it is best to collectively try to identify the responsible person(s) and hold them accountable. Luke Nettles, Braxton Co. Humane Officer, would agree, adding that it not only may prevent future acts of animal cruelty, but these individuals may also be capable of similar acts of violence against people.
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