Justice for Dozens of Animals Allegedly Starved to Death

Target: Hon. Crystal Heinz, County Attorney for Trimble County, Kentucky

Goal: Demand the maximum penalty for the woman who allegedly neglected dozens of animals on her property, resulting in the death of over 20.

Twelve malnourished horses and dozens of dead animals were found on a Kentucky pasture. They reportedly had no access to food. Demand justice for these innocent animals.

“You hear about it, and you don’t think it is going to happen in your area. Then once it comes across, it is a huge shock,” stated Dan Flinkfelt of Henry County Animal Control. Investigators searched the property after two dead horses were seen from the driveway. In total, they found 21 dead horses, along with dead alpacas, goats, rabbits, and cats. The 12 surviving horses appeared malnourished.

Marlena Robinson, the owner of the property, was charged with 54 counts of animal cruelty and 43 counts of improper disposal of a dead animal. The surviving horses are slowly recovering. Sign below and demand that Robinson receive the maximum penalty by law, if convicted.


Dear County Attorney Heinz,

Animal Control investigators found dozens of dead animals on a Bedford pasture. The surviving horses appeared severely malnourished. We demand justice for these innocent animals.

“It’s a mess. We found more than what we thought we would find,” stated Flinkfelt. A local rescue group took custody of the 12 malnourished horses found on Robinson’s property. They also found dozens of animal corpses, which were reportedly not disposed of properly. It is unknown how long the animals were without food.

Dozens of helpless animals suffered and died due to this alleged neglect. We demand that you seek the maximum penalty in this case.


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  1. Grace Stokes says:

    It is important to ensure that this person no longer be allowed to keep animals. Perhaps she has an illness such as animal hoarding and was not capable of asking for help. We must all be on the lookout for signs of neglect and mistreatment of humans and animals.


  3. Anne Moeller says:

    let this inhumane person rot in a stable with out food or water for a very long time!

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