Target: Bill Schuette, Attorney General of Michigan
Goal: Charge couple with cruelty to animals for allegedly hoarding almost 100 animals.
Almost 100 dogs and 3 cats were reportedly rescued from a hoarding situation after neighbors complained of barking and a foul odor. A next-door neighbor said the odor was so bad that you couldn’t enjoy yourself outside. The dogs, who were covered in urine and feces, were living on the first floor while the owners stayed in the upstairs bedroom, according to the sheriff. He said the dogs had the whole run of the small first floor and were roaming free.
Authorities said they were living in “inhumane conditions,” but this is beyond inhumane, it’s animal cruelty. Unfortunately, it’s not certain whether the owners will face charges, which would be a tragic injustice. Please sign this petition to demand that these helpless dogs and cats get the justice they deserve and that the owners be charged with animal cruelty.
Dear Mr. Schuette,
Almost 100 dogs and 3 cats were reportedly found covered in urine and feces and living on the first floor of a home. The owners reportedly lived in an upstairs room while the mass of animals roamed the first floor.
These aren’t just inhumane conditions, it’s cruelty. We urge you to charge this couple with animal cruelty so that no more animals have to suffer from this hoarding problem.
[Your Name Here]
Photo credit: Hector Alcala