A 31-year-old Port Huron woman was arraigned Wednesday on a 93-day misdemeanor charge of abandoning/cruelty to one animal in connection to a puppy found mutilated in Kimball Township. Jennifer Visga was released on a personal recognizance bond, according to the Port Huron Police Department. A pretrial hearing is scheduled for Sept. 11. The puppy, named Amari by those who found her near Wadhams and Dove roads Aug. 13, is recovering at an Oakland County vet clinic.
Andy Coombes said via Facebook messenger the African spurred tortoise went missing Tuesday night in the area of the 1300 block of Beard Street when a gate was left open. "He could be anywhere by now but, at a guess I'm hoping he will be somewhere between 16th and 10th and Cedar and Beard," Coombes said. He said his wife, Lynn, has had the 35 pound tortoise for about 17 years. Anyone who spots Poky is asked to reach out to Coombes on Facebook.
A puppy found emaciated and with gaping wounds in a wooded area of Kimball Township is on a slow road to recovery. Michelle Heyza, founder of ReJoyceful Animal Rescue, said the puppy named Amari is expected to stay at Oakland Veterinary Referral Services for several days if not weeks, with treatment estimated to cost about $18,000. Heyza said the puppy was found coming out of a wooded area near Dove and Wadhams roads Sunday. "She was attacked by something," said Heyza of Harrison Township.
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Selecting a term
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