Target: Michael D. Wendling, State Attorney
Goal: Demand justice for more than 75 dogs found covered in urine and feces.
More than 75 dogs were found living in filthy, inhumane conditions. The dogs were covered in urine and feces and kept on the first floor of a small home. Demand justice for these innocent dogs.
Constant barking and a foul odor is what brought authorities to the small house. There, they found over 75 dogs crowded together in the first floor of the home. Covered in urine and feces, the dogs emitted a foul odor. Some of the dogs had been rescued while others had been bred to show by the residents. While there is no information on the health of the dogs, authorities called the conditions ‘inhumane’ and will likely pursue animal cruelty charges against the residents.
The dogs have been taken to the county animal shelter where they await transport to a local rescue. Charges have yet to be filed. Sign below to demand justice for these dogs.
Dear State Attorney Wendling,
Over 75 dogs were found in a small home, covered in urine and feces. Some had been rescued while others were bred to show. We demand justice for these innocent dogs.
The foul odor and nonstop barking alerted the neighbors to a problem in the home. When authorities entered, they found the first floor filled with over 75 dogs. The dogs formed a massive crowd in the small space and were covered in urine and feces.
It is irresponsible and neglectful to keep this many dogs in such a small space. We demand the maximum penalty for those found responsible for this neglect.
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