Kitten thrown out of car window in Montclair, animal shelter says

MONTCLAIR, NJ – Montclair animal control officers are asking for the public’s help in locating the person who threw a cat out of a moving car window on Friday.

According to a statement from the Montclair Township Animal Shelter:

“Montclair Animal Control is seeking public assistance to help find the person responsible for an act of animal cruelty by throwing a kitten out of the passenger window of a moving vehicle traveling on Glenridge Avenue/Cloverhill Place towards Grove Street between noon and 12:15 p.m. today. Witnesses at the scene described the vehicle as a maroon/bronze SUV/Nissan Rogue with New Jersey license plates.”

The shelter continues:

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“Residents with external cameras along and around Glenridge Ave are asked to check their camera feeds for sightings of this vehicle and report immediately to Detective Shawn DePoe at 973-509-4732 or the Control Supervisor of Animals Michele Shiber at 973-487-0524. This is an active investigation and no further details will be released at this time. All responses will be kept confidential.”

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