Dog Allegedly Unable to Walk Due to Extreme Matting Deserves Justice

Target: Ms. Kathy Hochul, Governor of New York, United States

Goal: Advocate for stronger animal welfare laws in New York and raise awareness about the alleged neglect and cruelty inflicted upon a mini poodle.

The SPCA law enforcement division responded to a call about a reportedly neglected mini poodle, allegedly subjected to extreme suffering and mistreatment. The dog was reportedly so matted that it affected its ability to walk. A Putnam man is now facing charges in this case.

Upon arriving at the Patterson home, law enforcement detectives reportedly encountered a 9-year-old mini poodle that was apparently unable to see or walk due to the extreme matting in front of its eyes and extremities. Shockingly, over 8 pounds of feces and urine-soaked matting were reportedly removed from the dog’s body, highlighting the appalling conditions it had seemingly been forced to endure.

The dog is now undergoing care at an animal hospital and is gradually recovering from the trauma it endured. However, the incident underscores the urgent need to address and prevent animal cruelty within our society. Demand action now.


Dear Ms. Kathy Hochul,

We urge you to take action to strengthen animal welfare laws in New York, aiming for comprehensive measures that prevent acts of cruelty in the future. By advocating for stronger regulations and policies, New York can set an example of compassion and justice for all living beings within its jurisdiction.

Furthermore, we implore you to raise awareness about the alleged neglect and cruelty inflicted upon the mini poodle. While governors may not have direct influence over individual criminal cases, they possess the power to drive meaningful change in animal welfare at a broader level.

The incident involving the mini poodle underscores the pressing need to address animal cruelty in our society. By prioritizing the enhancement of animal welfare laws, you can create a safer and more compassionate environment for animals in New York.


[Your Name Here]

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One Comment

  1. This poor dog had no attention nor probably any loving kindness from this man. Yet this man will walk away from his torture to this poor dog. I do not feel it is in the best interests of the public or other pets to allow this man to have any animals in the future. Did he kill this dog? No. But he made life hell for this poor dog. There is no excuse and absolutely no reason for this type of treatment or lack of same! I also feel it is his duty to take responsibility for the financial costs o services provided his dog. Our laws have no bite so no one heeds the laws pitiful as they may be.
    One more time … I implore you to do something meaningful for this dog and the future of all companion animals in New York.

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