SCRAPS PRESS RELEASE:
SPOKANE COUNTY, July 6, 2012 – SCRAPS' Animal Protection Officers are investigating a terrible case of animal cruelty and need the public's help.
On Monday, July 2nd officers responded to a call at Viewpoint Villa Apartments in the Spokane Valley (5911 E.
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