Animals Reportedly Kept in Filth at Fake Rescue Facility Deserve Justice

Target: Miami County, Ohio Prosecuting Attorney Anthony E. Kendell

Goal: Give man harshest legal sentence for allegedly not providing his animals with proper living conditions or adequate food and water.

Cory A. Morris was arrested on six counts of animal cruelty after deputies allegedly found multiple carcasses both inside and outside of his home, along with many neglected creatures living in dirty conditions. Shockingly, he apparently used the name Annie the Highway Cow for a social media page and other websites that claimed he rescued and helped animals. Morris needs to be given the strictest legal sentence and be forced to take down all websites that say he is a voice for helpless animals if he is found guilty of this inexcusable abuse.

When police first visited the property, they reportedly found many animals that did not have proper food, water, and shelter. Authorities said some of the animals included two donkeys, one cow, seven pigs, and 23 ducks. Morris was told by police during the visit that he had to re-home many of the animals, due to the severity of the neglect. Although officers made a second visit to the property and found that the animals were provided with food, water, and shelter, they condemned the residence for not being livable. Morris was also charged with six counts of animal cruelty based on what they allegedly found on the first visit.

Animals deserve owners who will properly take care of them. Sign this petition, and demand Morris be given the severest legal sentence and that any website claiming he rescued animals be immediately taken down if he is found guilty of such neglect.


Dear Prosecuting Attorney Kendell,

Many dead creatures were reportedly discovered, and numerous farm animals were also said to be found living in unacceptable conditions at the residence of Cory A. Morris. Surprisingly, Morris reportedly claimed he rescued animals on various websites under the name Annie the Highway Cow. He needs to be given the maximum legal sentence and be required to take down all websites claiming that he has done any type of animal rescue work if he is found guilty of these crimes.

Police said that many of the animals on the property did not have adequate water, food, or shelter. These animals apparently included a cow, seven pigs, 23 ducks and two donkeys. Authorities told Morris during their first visit that he would have to find other homes for a lot of animals they felt had not been taken care of properly. When officers returned to the property, they did say that the animals had been provided with some form of shelter, food, and water. However, because the residence was allegedly still in such a horrifying condition, the property was condemned. Morris was then arrested and charged with six counts of animal cruelty because of what police allegedly discovered the first time they visited Morris’s home.

If these animals lived in such disgusting conditions, they likely suffered for an unknown amount of time. We therefore demand you suggest Morris spend the most time behind bars the law will allow and that all websites claiming he helped animals be taken down right away if he is found guilty of these thoughtless acts.


[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Keith Weller / USDA

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One Comment

  1. Carolyn A Taylor says:

    I demand justice for these poor animals, NOW!!!

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