Published: Tue, December 05, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Cory Rios

Police hunting cruel teen who threw a kitten in Snapchat video

Police hunting cruel teen who threw a kitten in Snapchat video

The boy, who was not named because he is a juvenile, was spotted Monday afternoon by police in Upland. His name is being withheld from the public due to his age.

The teenage boy, seen in the less than 10 seconds video (Graphic content), was identified on social media as Charlie. Damn psycho. If he's done that to an animal, he has the possibility of doing it to a person.

The Fontana Police Department took to Twitter on Saturday and said that it had been contacted by several people regarding the video.

Police say the cat survived the incident but it suffered a broken leg.

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The sick star of the video holds the cat with two hands before launching it into the sky, and watching it land on the asphalt with a series of helpless yelps. We have located the cat & owner.

The devastated pet owner, who found the stray kitten four months ago, told NBC4 that they refused to watch the upsetting video. The cat's owner, Perla, told NBC4: "I just want [the perpetrator] to know he hurt a victim that can't defend itself".

Spots now has a cast on one leg and wrapping on her other front leg with the vet saying irregular blood tests suggests she suffered internal injuries as well. So far, the teenager hasn't been arrested and the investigation is ongoing. "I know who he is", Oscar Ramos told CBS Los Angeles in an interview, "but I don't know his name".

"He hangs around here in the alley all the time". They think they're cool.

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