SPCA dog case heads to state supreme court

NORWICH – Attorneys for the SPCA and Steven W. Fong, the Brooklyn man from whom a total of 77 dogs were seized in October, will appear before Judge Kevin M. Dowd of the New York State Supreme Court at the Chenango County Courthouse today.

The hearing is in response to a civil petition filed by the SPCA on Oct. 20 in which the non-profit organization sought to recoup its expenses for the first 30 days of care for Fong’s 76 Pomeranians and one pit bull. The dogs have been housed at the shelter since they were removed from Fong’s property at 145 Williams Rd. in Oxford by sheriff’s deputies.

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