Punish Man Accused of Leaving Dogs to Starve and Freeze in Abandoned Apartment

Target: Pam Bondi, Attorney General of Florida

Goal: See that man arrested for criminal animal neglect faces justice.

A Florida man was arrested when a neighbor reported two badly neglected dogs at his apartment. The animals were reportedly severely malnourished, one nearly starved to death and the other covered in fleas; sources report a cat was discovered as well, though there is no word on the cat’s condition. The man was reportedly tasked with caring for the pets after a breakup, but allegedly failed to follow through on the request.

Kevin Watson allegedly left the animals to their luck in his apartment after the heat stopped working, claiming he would periodically check on them until it became difficult to find a ride. Not only were the animals allegedly left to starve, but they could have easily frozen to death had the temperatures become too cold. It is a miracle they are still alive after months of such reported neglect.

This man must face justice for what he has allegedly done. Neglect is just as severe a crime as abuse, regardless of Watson’s intentions, and he must be punished accordingly. Sign this petition to ensure that Watson does not get away with this reported neglect.


Dear Attorney General Bondi,

A man was recently arrested for allegedly criminally neglecting two dogs and a cat, despite a request to care for them following a breakup. The animals were reportedly left to starve and potentially freeze to death in his apartment. The dogs were reportedly found emaciated and one was covered in fleas; the cat’s condition is currently unknown. Kevin Watson reportedly made an attempt to check in on the animals after moving out of his apartment, until (he claimed) it became too difficult to find a ride. It is a miracle the animals are still alive after such alleged neglect.

Watson’s intentions were not cruel, but his alleged actions and lack of follow-through on his promise are animal cruelty nonetheless. He is currently out of jail on bond, and you must see to it that he faces justice for his alleged crime. These animals deserved better than to be ignored and left to their own luck, and Watson’s alleged actions are unacceptable.


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  1. Heather HJ says:

    He needs to be charged and in jail. Very irresponsible and for this these and Mal’s suffered.

  2. Margaret Melnick says:

    This man must be punished. Neglect is abuse. He had other choices if he couldn’t care for the animals he could have turned them into a No kill shelter or asked someone else for help. You do not just abandon animals and think it is ok.

  3. Barton Dixon says:

    “Compassion for animals is intimately connected with goodness of character; and it may be confidently asserted that he who is cruel to animals cannot be a good man.” Authur Schopenhauer

  4. The guy is obviously a loser, and the ex left him for a reason(s), like he couldn’t keep up with paying the heating bill, for example.
    I wonder why the ex thought that he’d be able to take care of the pets?

  5. What a stinking rotten monster this guy is and there is absolutely no excuse for it. He must be severely punished and that doesn’t mean a slap on the wrist. Jail him for 1-2 years, fine him a huge amount plus all the animals vet bills until they are re-homed, ban him from ever having or being around animals and demand psychiatric help what a sicko.

    We the public demand that this sicko is severely and we are watching to make sure that happens!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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