Emaciated Cats Stuffed in Tiny Crates Deserve Justice

Target: Robert Lougy, Attorney General of New Jersey

Goal: Seek a permanent ban on owning animals for the people who reportedly had over 80 cats stacked in tiny crates.

Over 80 emaciated and dehydrated cats were reportedly found in tiny crates stacked from the floor to the ceiling of a small apartment. Some of the crates held as many as 10 cats while five dogs were found in a closet, according to authorities. The veterinarian said the animals had contracted the herpes virus, ringworm, and severe respiratory infections. Many of them had to be euthanized due to such poor health. The conditions were so horrific that the humane officer referred to the apartment as “the house of horrors.”

Authorities say that they believe the owners were adopting the animals in exchange for money. They’re facing 86 counts of animal cruelty. Please sign this petition to demand that the cruel owners be permanently banned from owning animals.


Dear Mr. Lougy,

In a small apartment, over 80 emaciated cats were reportedly found in tiny crates, and five dogs were discovered inside of the closet. Some crates held up to 10 cats, many of which had herpes and ringworm and were also suffering from starvation and dehydration. Most of them had to be euthanized due to such horrific health problems caused by the owners.

Authorities believe that the owners were adopting the animals in exchange for money. To use and neglect animals just for money is sick. We urge you to seek a permanent ban on animals for the owners who allegedly did this animal cruelty.


[Your Name Here]

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  1. When does this stop, doesn’t NEW JERSEY have laws! The judges ALWAYS let animal abusers go, they just do it again because they know they can get away with it! Blame it on mental illness, blame this, blame that. She will do the same again. State LAWS ARE RIDICULOUS.

  2. Angela Rabon says:

    They need A LOT MORE PUNISHMENT THAN NOT BEING ABLE TO BE AROUND, OR ADOPT, ANIMALS! These people should be underneath the jail for an extended period of time! In addition, any money they have should be used to treat the remaining animals, and a portion of future earnings for several years should be used for the same purpose. Somebody MUST make an example out of these type of abusers if you want it to stop. You have to hurt them where it hurts! Time in jail (revoking their freedom) and taking their money seems to hurt the most!!

  3. put the abusers to death now= make laws that are strong to help the animals today.

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