CHARLOTTE, N.C. – A $2,000 reward is being offered to help catch the person behind a disturbing crime.
Police say someone threw a cat at a group of demonstrators in uptown last Sunday.
Friday, an organization called The National Nonprofit Animal Legal Defense Fund said they would offer a $2,000 reward for informaton leading up to an arrest and conviction.
According to the group, the animal rights protesters were gathered to raise awareness about dolphin slaughter in Japan when the kitten was thrown from a vehicle.
The kitten was severly injured upon impact with the ground and died about 10 minutes later as the demonstrators tried to comfort the animal.
Anyone who knows anything about the incident should contact police.