Justice For Brownie Candlelight Vigil

Wednesday, August 14, 2013 - 5:00pm - 9:00pm
SQWIRES Restaurant located at 1415 South 18th Street St Louis, MO 63104

Please join us to celebrate the life of Brownie and take a stand against the epidemic of animal cruelty in our city. Brownie, a dog who was set ablaze and forced to endure immeasurable pain and suffering, has garnered national attention for his horrifying torture and eventual death. Brownie’s death will not be in vain as fellow animal advocates will gather for a candlelight vigil in his honor. Witness the spreading of Brownie’s ashes in beautiful historic Lafayette Square... Be a part of history and join the fight to make St. Louis a more compassionate city for all as we rally for Brownie and all those who have no voice.
SqWires has generously agreed to donate 30% of the evenings sales to Stray Rescue of Saint Louis.
For reservations please call (314) 865-3522.

You may download the official event flyer below.

Brownie's Story:
St. Louis’ Mayor Slay Animal Cruelty Task Force has made a felony arrest in one of the most notorious animal cruelty cases in history. Task Force members were shocked to find the suspected abuser, Adrienne Martin, set fire to a defenseless dog of the 4300 block of Cote Brilliante Avenue and later posted on Facebook, bragging about her horrific crime. The dog, Brownie, was rescued on July 10, 2013 from a short, extremely heavy chain and rushed to Stray Rescue of St. Louis for emergency medical treatment for severe burns after being lit on fire all over his face and body. Brownie was helpless in escaping his abuser because he was anchored by a chain. He later died. CLICK HERE for the whole story... (WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT).

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