A group that started and formed on social media to help find missing pets has scheduled a protest for tomorrow evening against animal cruelty.
Guahan Paws for Pets was formed more than a year ago to help find missing pets.
Guam has seen extreme cases of violence against animals, including the shooting of a pet dog named Pugua in a carport in 2018 and the October beating of two dogs with a hammer.
Guam Animals In Need has offered a reward for information on the beating. The dogs that were beaten were left to die in a pile of trash.
Protest participants will meet in Tamuning in front of the tennis court near the mayor’s office at 5:30 p.m. on Nov. 15.