Homeowners in a Gaston County neighborhood fear for their safety after they say a woman and her cat were attacked by pit bulls early Tuesday evening.
They say the owner took off shortly after his pit bulls attacked another dog at Mission Dolores Park on Sunday. Sunday's attack happened in the grassy area above the basketball court. "She was a very sweet lady". She collected people's cans to donate money to her church, so she roamed the neighborhood nearly every day.
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San Francisco police are seeking the public's help identifying the man and the two dogs pictured here.
The pet owner, 32-year-old Emily Craft, surrendered the pit bulls to Gulfport Animal Control after the attack. Those charges are Dog at Large, and Vicious Animal. Officers say the two pit bulls attacked a Lhasapoo named Bloom. Three of the bite victims were taken to a hospital for further treatment, police said, and Bloom was taken to a veterinarian. Both dogs have been turned over to Gulfport Animal Control. She was able to shut the door before they got into her trailer, which is next door to Crafts'.
Jones said she made a decision to file the complaint after the second incident.
"They would get through here [the fence], and they was crawling under the fence".
Wednesday's dog attack is still under investigation and no charges for that incident have been filed.