Horses and Dogs Reportedly Found Dead and “Skeletonized” Deserve Justice

Target: Mr. Greg Willis, District Attorney of Collin County, Texas, United States

Goal: Pursue maximum penalties in the case of alleged animal cruelty involving 12 horses and 24 dogs found dead on a property.

A disturbing case of alleged animal cruelty has come to light in Westminster, Texas. A 22-year-old woman, Rachel Sword, has been arrested on felony animal cruelty charges after authorities reportedly discovered 12 horses and 24 dogs dead on her property. The condition in which the animals were reportedly found, ranging from completely skeletonized to partially skeletonized, indicates a prolonged period of suffering and neglect.

Sword faces charges for cruelty to non-livestock animals, a third-degree felony, and cruelty to livestock animals/abuse, a state jail felony. The horses and dogs were under Sword’s care on the property owned by her grandparents, who believed she was tending to the animals.

The tragic circumstances surrounding the deaths of these innocent creatures have deeply shaken the community and raised concerns about the lack of proper animal welfare measures and enforcement in the region. It is imperative that justice is served for the lives lost, and stringent action is taken against those responsible for the cruelty and neglect. Demand action now.


Dear Mr. Greg Willis,

We are writing to express our profound shock and outrage regarding the recent incident of animal cruelty in Westminster, Texas. The discovery of 12 horses and 24 dogs reportedly found dead on a property demands urgent attention and decisive action to hold the responsible party accountable for their heinous actions.

The allegedly prolonged suffering endured by the horses and dogs on the property reflects a gross violation of ethical principles and animal welfare standards. We demand that you work tirelessly to seek justice for these lives lost and send a strong message that acts of animal cruelty will not be tolerated in our community.

Furthermore, we call upon you to work towards strengthening animal welfare laws and enforcement measures in Collin County. By ensuring comprehensive protection for animals and strict consequences for perpetrators of cruelty, we can prevent such tragic incidents in the future.

The community is looking to you to act as a stalwart advocate for justice and the welfare of animals. Pursuing justice in this case will demonstrate our commitment to safeguarding the rights and well-being of all living beings, including our innocent and vulnerable animal companions.


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  1. Dawn Richardson says:

    People are literally getting away with murder.Rural areas need to hire agronomists to oversee all situations involving nonhumans.That goes for Canada, too.

  2. Justice for dogs and horses! RIP
    Death penalty for this evil bitch.

  3. What did her grandparents have to say about this?! I would disown a granddaughter, if this happened!

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