Justice for 550 Animals Rescued from Las Vegas Home

Target: Sheriff Joseph Lombardo, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department

Goal: Ensure the homeowner allegedly responsible for keeping hundreds of animals in “deplorable” conditions is brought to justice.

Over 550 animals were found in a Las Vegas home, where they were reportedly living in “deplorable” conditions. Authorities rescued the animals after they answered a call reporting a horse that was wandering the streets unattended. Officers reportedly found and confiscated 13 horses, 150 hens and roosters, 400 pigeons, two guinea pigs, and four turtles.

The owner of the home and the animals has yet to be named. Under Las Vegas law, overcrowding animals or failing to adequately provide for an animals basic needs—such as food, water, shelter, and sanitation—is a misdemeanor offense at the discretion of animal control. A first-time perpetrator may face a fine, up to six months in prison, and financial responsibilities for the animals while they are under the care of animal control. No innocent animals deserve to be confined to inhumane living conditions. Sign below to demand justice for these animals and punishment for the person who allegedly treated them this way.


Dear Sheriff Lombardo,

More than 550 animals were reportedly rescued by the Las Vegas Police and Clark County Animal Control officers from terrible living conditions in a Las Vegas home. It is vital that the owner of the home and of these animals be found and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law for his or her alleged treatment of so many innocent creatures.

The animals rescued included horses, hens, roosters, pigeons, guinea pigs, and turtles, who were reportedly found by authorities living in “deplorable” conditions. Confining animals to spaces that are too small and failing to provide for their basic needs and rights, such as food, water, shelter, and sanitation, are acts that are punishable by law and cannot be allowed to stand. I urge you to ensure justice for these animals, and that the person allegedly responsible is held accountable.


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  1. Jennifer Day says:


  2. The perpetrator should get six months in prison for EACH animal–a total of 275 years.

  3. They should be kept in “deplorable” conditions. Disgusting.

  4. carol anderberg says:


  5. why are they not giving out these sickos names put them away for more than 6 months that’s a holiday for god’s sake and make sure these bastards never own another animal ever

  6. There has to be a name and address -why not post it?

  7. OMG what is wrong with some people? Where is the brains go?

  8. What is the reason the place/name and the particulars to be kept undercover? Something is fishy here…

  9. What is the reason the place/name and the particulars to be kept undercover? Something is fishy here…


  11. Jaime Perez says:

    This horrible disgusting POS needs to receive the death penalty! Those poor animals suffered so much. I’m glad they were rescued.

  12. PATRICIA KatWrangler WELCH says:

    Why protect the POS! It’s their victims that needed protection.

    I think it’s because the Authorities know we’re finished putting up with psycho behavior and abuse, and some day one of these monsters will be taken out like the trash they are.

  13. Lisa Allred Lisa Zarafonetis says:

    Fry her ass❗️😠
    Signed & shared 😡

  14. Confiscate all this properties and use them for helping the animals. Jail and hard labor for 10 + years, nothing less!

  15. agree all above

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