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Wyoming Families Out for Pleasant Walk Lose Two Dogs to M-44 “Cyanide Bomb”


Wyoming Untrapped was notified by Predator Defense about another tragic M-44 “cyanide bomb” incident just this week on March 11 which killed two beloved family pets, 50 miles NW of Casper, Wyoming. “Amy’s dog, Abby (right) died a horrific death while her family tried to save her.”

“— On March 11, 2017, a Wyoming nurse named Amy went out for a day trip with her family to enjoy a walk on the Wyoming prairie about 50 miles northwest of Casper. They had been to the particular spot many times before to antler hunt, let their dogs get exercise, climb on the beautiful asymmetric sandstone rock outcroppings, and have lunch together.”

Please read more about this horrific and disturbing incident as posted by Predator Defense, an organization which has been actively seeking a ban on these horrendous killing devices.

These indiscriminate poisoning “cyanide bombs” should be banned nationwide. Two tragic M-44 incidents resulting in the death of three beloved canine friends in one week is absolutely unconscionable. We don’t know how many additional non-target, or target animals have been killed.

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