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Carmen Perry was strolling her two canine off leash within the Wright’s Creek space of Charlottetown earlier this month when one in every of them received caught in a snare and died.
“You could hear it, and there was nothing you could do in that moment to save her. I think she stuck her head in it, and it snapped around the back of her head and her throat and it strangled her to death.”
Now, conservation officers with the Division of Justice and Public Security are requesting the general public’s assist in discovering out extra about an unlawful lure that killed Emma. They’re asking anybody who might have observed suspicious exercise close to the East Royalty space to contact them or conservation officers.
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Perry cannot think about why somebody would have set a lure so near a path and worries extra might be on the market.
“It’s a danger to the population too, it’s a danger to the children and everybody else who is out there.”
Emma, who was about two years previous, was a rescue canine from Texas. She beloved strolling alongside the paths with Perry.
“We always thought it was a very safe place. It just totally got caught us off guard. It upset the whole day, the whole evening, the whole week, really, It feels so surreal. It’s just unbelievable that this could happen.”
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