By Kim Glovas

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Pennsylvania SPCA says rewards leading to arrests in two animal cruelty cases are being offered by generous animal lovers in the region.

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The PSPCA‘s Wendy Marano says the public outcry after the burning death of a dog last week (see related story), and another similar cruelty case Thursday night (see related story), has resulted in rewards.

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“We are announcing a reward fund which is started at $1,500 for Hercules. Right now, he is holding his own and we’re glad about that and we think he’s going to pull through,” Marano said.

In the case of Chloe, a female pit bull who died after being set ablaze last week, a $5,000 reward is being offered.

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Both cases are still under investigation.