Target: Timothy J. Cruz, District Attorney for Plymouth County, Massachusetts
Goal: Demand the maximum penalty for the owners of a boarding facility who allegedly neglected a dog, leading to the dog’s death.
A dog died after he was allegedly neglected while staying in a boarding facility. The dog was reportedly kept in a small cage for up to 30 unsupervised hours. The owners stated that they were sorry for the dog’s death and their attorney stated that they were not at fault. Demand justice for this innocent dog.
“Maximus should not have died that weekend and if he was given any care whatsoever, he wouldn’t have,” stated Rob Foley, Maximus’ owner. Maximus’ necropsy report showed that he died of bloat, the buildup of food, fluid or gasses in the stomach. Though the cause of bloat is unknown, stress reportedly contributes to it. If Maximus had been monitored more closely, then it’s possible that he could have survived.
Ann Marie Brown and Peter W. Brown, the owners of Annie’s Clean Critters, have each been charged with one count of animal cruelty. Sign below and demand that they receive the maximum penalty by law, if convicted.
Dear District Attorney Cruz,
A dog died after he was allegedly left unattended at a boarding facility. Per the Animal Rescue League, the facility was unsanitary and the cages were too small for a dog’s comfort. We demand justice for this innocent dog.
Whitman police reportedly accessed the kennel’s surveillance video, showing the days leading up to Maximus’ death. The video reportedly showed Maximus being left inside of a small cage for up to 30 hours without monitoring. When not in the cage, he was reportedly placed in an outside kennel without water or shade.
This horrific cruelty cannot go unpunished. We demand the immediate shutdown of Annie’s Clean Critters and the maximum penalty for those convicted in this case.
[Your Name Here]
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