Cleo will be euthanized Tuesday because there was no record of rabies shots for the pit bull-terrier mix, who attacked two boys Thursday in Biloxi.
Cleo will be euthanized Tuesday because there was no record of rabies shots for the pit bull-terrier mix, who attacked two boys Thursday in Biloxi. Courtesy of Martha Broussard
Cleo will be euthanized Tuesday because there was no record of rabies shots for the pit bull-terrier mix, who attacked two boys Thursday in Biloxi. Courtesy of Martha Broussard

Pit bull will be euthanized after attack on boys in Biloxi

November 14, 2016 09:42 AM

UPDATED November 21, 2016 11:28 AM

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