We first heard about this yesterday afternoon from Supervisor Scott Wiener, who sent this note:
“It’s important for people to know that whoever is engaging in this sociopathic behavior — trying to poison people’s dogs — is doing it again. It’s important to spread the word so that people and their pets can be safe.”
Poisoned meatballs again threaten dogs in San Francisco
Updated 7:37 pm, Saturday, February 22, 2014
San Francisco — A San Francisco animal control officer Saturday found 35 meatballs suspected to be poisoned and deadly to dogs and cats scattered through a Twin Peaks neighborhood where a similar incident occurred last year.
After a resident called Animal Care and Control Friday to report finding fragments of suspicious meatballs, the department sent an officer to scour the area near Crestline Drive and Parkridge Drive Saturday.
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