New campaign targets animal abusers


A dog nicknamed "Indy" who was badly burned and left to die on a street in North Hollywood back in July is now "fully recovered" after a series of surgeries and skin grafts, according to staff members at the Westlake Village Animal Hospital.


by Lila Carrera

Milwaukee - Local prosecutors are launching a new campaign designed to put a stop to it to animal abuse and domestic violence.

Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisolm said animal abuse is also linked to domestic violence. In fact, the Association of Prosecuting Attorneys found 76 percent of animal abusers also abuse a member of their family.

The Spot Abuse Campaign was launched Thursday morning.

CBS 58's Lila Carrera reports.  



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