SPCA: Dog Thrown From Car In Front Of Mastic Gas Station
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MASTIC, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – A $ 2,000 reward is being offered for information after a dog was thrown from a car on Long Island last week, the Suffolk County SPCA said Thursday.
Suffolk SPCA Chief Roy Gross said the entire incident was caught on video.
It happened on June 23 in Mastic. Gross said a witness saw a woman in her 30s throw a small, white-colored Toy Poodle-type dog from her car in front of an Exxon gas station on Montauk Highway.
“It’s looking up at the window like ‘get me back in the car. Get me back in the car,’” Gross told CBS 2′s Scott Rapoport.
The video shows a passenger in the front seat throw food out the window to distract the dog, authorities said. Then the driver takes off and the dog frantically chases after the car.
The witness then boxed the woman in with his car and got out to talk to her about what he saw, Gross said.
“The Good Samaritan blocked the vehicle and starts yelling at the woman, giving her a piece of his mind, ‘what are you doing,’” he said. “She says ‘I can’t keep the dog. The dog is very attached to me. When I leave it cries all the time.’”
The SPCA said the woman promised the witness she would go back, get the dog and bring it to a shelter.
But, “The Good Samaritan goes to the shelter to make sure that the dog was brought in. Sure enough the dog is there, bu…………………continues on CBS Local
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