May 3, 2009
ANNOUNCEMENT:  
We have a new website & blog!  
We are happy to announce we have completed our new website:
                              Animal Hoarding:  Alone in a Crowded Room
We created our website to inform and educate the public about animal hoarding.  We are not experts, but we are a network of volunteers affected by animal hoarding, and want to share what we have learned.  
Within this site we have gathered the resources for not only the human addicts, but for their friends and family, as well as the animals victimized. 
Our hope for this site is to help you become aware of, educated about and take action against hoarding This site was created to inform and educate the public about animal hoarding.  We are not experts, but  we are a network of volunteers affected by animal hoarding, and want to share what we have learned.  
And finally, THANK YOU all for following us here on Tumblr, but we are officially moving to eBlogger.
                              Animal News & Info
This site will remain up until I can transfer all the existing information to the new blog.

ANNOUNCEMENT:  

We have a new website & blog!  

We are happy to announce we have completed our new website:

                              Animal Hoarding:  Alone in a Crowded Room

We created our website to inform and educate the public about animal hoarding.  We are not experts, but we are a network of volunteers affected by animal hoarding, and want to share what we have learned.  

Within this site we have gathered the resources for not only the human addicts, but for their friends and family, as well as the animals victimized. 

Our hope for this site is to help you become aware of, educated about and take action against hoarding This site was created to inform and educate the public about animal hoarding.  We are not experts, but  we are a network of volunteers affected by animal hoarding, and want to share what we have learned.  

And finally, THANK YOU all for following us here on Tumblr, but we are officially moving to eBlogger.

                              Animal News & Info

This site will remain up until I can transfer all the existing information to the new blog.

May 2, 2009
Breeders say seized dogs were cared for
Some who have seen the 70 animals contend county’s move wasn’t needed
KEVIN GRASHA • KGRASHA@LSJ.COM FROM LANSING STATE JOURNAL
The 70 dogs seized Monday from a Mason-area breeder were well fed and cared for, according to local breeders who have seen them. And, a woman who specializes in rescuing dogs agrees with the breeders…
"She probably got more dogs than she could handle," said Ellen Brandenburg of Thornapple Aussies in Vermontville. Referring to television news footage, Brandenburg said: "I see dog houses, I see toys, I see clean concrete. She can’t be condemned for having wet dogs when we’re having a monsoon."… More




UPDATE: No Dogs to be Euthanized
By, Jason Colthorp, WILX
MICIHIGAN — To our viewers who saw or read the story on wilx.com about 70 dogs seized from a home in Mason, Monday, take a bow, you’ve helped save dozens of dogs by getting the word out about the need for adoption.
Ingham County Animal Control told wilx.com Tuesday night, every adoptable dog has found a temporary or permanent home thanks to folks who lined up outside the shelter from sunrise to sundown. That means no dogs will be euthanized due to overcrowding.


Other animal shelters, including the Cascades Humane Society, also stepped in to take some of the 70 Australian Shepherds taken from that home.
Animal cruelty charges could come sometime this week against the woman who owned the dogs and was a licensed kennel and breeder. Her license was revoked Monday.
Staff at the shelter worked well into the night Monday, cleaning impacted mud and fecal matter from many of the 70 pure bred show dogs. One staff member said it would have taken weeks for the dogs to get so much dirt and mud built up on their paws and fur. Some had urine-stained paws, as well.
Authorities have not released the woman’s name as of Tuesday…”  More
Authorities seize 70 dogs; homes sought
By, Ryan Loew, LSJ
MASON — The Ingham County Animal Control seized 70 dogs from a Mason-area kennel Monday, in what officials are calling the largest seizure in the agency’s history.
Most of the dogs are Australian Shepherd dogs and were living in conditions one deputy described as “atrocious.”
"Some were living in mud and water," said David Wilcox, deputy director of the Ingham County Animal Control. "One of the pens outside was completely covered with approximately 3 to 4 inches of water where the animals had no way to get out of the water."
Other dogs were housed in kennels inside a garage-like structure attached to the owner’s home, Wilcox said.
"The kennels all had several inches of feces in them … it looked like they were just throwing wood chips on top of them to cover it up," he said.
The seizure began Monday morning when an Animal Control deputy received an anonymous tip alleging poor conditions at the kennel…”  More & video
Photo by: Ryan Loew/Lansing State Journal

Breeders say seized dogs were cared for

Some who have seen the 70 animals contend county’s move wasn’t needed

KEVIN GRASHA • KGRASHA@LSJ.COM FROM LANSING STATE JOURNAL

The 70 dogs seized Monday from a Mason-area breeder were well fed and cared for, according to local breeders who have seen them. And, a woman who specializes in rescuing dogs agrees with the breeders…

"She probably got more dogs than she could handle," said Ellen Brandenburg of Thornapple Aussies in Vermontville. Referring to television news footage, Brandenburg said: "I see dog houses, I see toys, I see clean concrete. She can’t be condemned for having wet dogs when we’re having a monsoon."… More

UPDATE: No Dogs to be Euthanized

By, Jason Colthorp, WILX

MICIHIGAN — To our viewers who saw or read the story on wilx.com about 70 dogs seized from a home in Mason, Monday, take a bow, you’ve helped save dozens of dogs by getting the word out about the need for adoption.

Ingham County Animal Control told wilx.com Tuesday night, every adoptable dog has found a temporary or permanent home thanks to folks who lined up outside the shelter from sunrise to sundown. That means no dogs will be euthanized due to overcrowding.

Other animal shelters, including the Cascades Humane Society, also stepped in to take some of the 70 Australian Shepherds taken from that home.

Animal cruelty charges could come sometime this week against the woman who owned the dogs and was a licensed kennel and breeder. Her license was revoked Monday.

Staff at the shelter worked well into the night Monday, cleaning impacted mud and fecal matter from many of the 70 pure bred show dogs. One staff member said it would have taken weeks for the dogs to get so much dirt and mud built up on their paws and fur. Some had urine-stained paws, as well.

Authorities have not released the woman’s name as of Tuesday…”  More

Authorities seize 70 dogs; homes sought

By, Ryan Loew, LSJ

MASON — The Ingham County Animal Control seized 70 dogs from a Mason-area kennel Monday, in what officials are calling the largest seizure in the agency’s history.

Most of the dogs are Australian Shepherd dogs and were living in conditions one deputy described as “atrocious.”

"Some were living in mud and water," said David Wilcox, deputy director of the Ingham County Animal Control. "One of the pens outside was completely covered with approximately 3 to 4 inches of water where the animals had no way to get out of the water."

Other dogs were housed in kennels inside a garage-like structure attached to the owner’s home, Wilcox said.

"The kennels all had several inches of feces in them … it looked like they were just throwing wood chips on top of them to cover it up," he said.

The seizure began Monday morning when an Animal Control deputy received an anonymous tip alleging poor conditions at the kennel…”  More & video

Photo by: Ryan Loew/Lansing State Journal

People Line Up To Adopt Seized Chihuahas 
By: Audrey Adair, WMBB
Eighty-two dogs were seized from a Calhoun County home last week and today Bay County Animal Control receives the go ahead to start adopting out the chihuahuas…
Beth Hall, the 59-year-old woman who the dogs were taken from, is charged with felony animal cruelty and 105 misdemeanor charges of animal neglect… More

Judge Gives Bay County Animal Control Ownership Of Seized Dogs 
"… Judge Kevin Grover, ruled in favor of the request by Bay and Calhoun County to take ownership of the dogs and start adopting them out to new homes. Animal control tells News 13 they’ve already received around 250 pre-applications for the dogs…"  More

Apr 29, 2009:  Animal Control Seizes More Than 100 Animals
By: Audrey Adairm,  WMMB
Calhoun County, Fla — What began as an investigation for one horse ends in the seizure of more than 100 animals, 90 of them dogs. When the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office went to check on a report of a malnourished horse. What they found triggered a much bigger investigation…
“Conditions were horrible,” says Bay County Animal Control Director Jim Crosby. “Some of them were in small cages, some of them were in cages off the ground, some of them were living lose, some we caught them under the beds, in book cases, behind things”
Crosby and his team spent the entire day rounding up puppies both inside and outside the property. He continues, “The floor in this residence seems to be saturated in urine and feces.”
Bay County Animal Control found 30 dogs outside on the property, but that number has more then doubled as they continue to pull dogs from inside the house. They found 90 dogs total, all chihuahuas. As well as five horses and 16 goats.
Beth Hall, 59, is charged with one felony count of animal cruelty. However, those charges could soon increase with every animal found. Calhoun County Sheriff David Tatum explains, “I expect that each of the animals that we remove here from this point on, primarily dogs, she will receive a misdemeanor charge of animal cruelty.” He says the investigation initially started because of a malnourished horse found on the property but that revealed a much bigger issue. Remains were also found. Sheriff Tatum says, “And it too, appears to have a hole in its skull like perhaps it.. The animal was shot.”…”  More & Video

People Line Up To Adopt Seized Chihuahas 

By: Audrey Adair, WMBB

Eighty-two dogs were seized from a Calhoun County home last week and today Bay County Animal Control receives the go ahead to start adopting out the chihuahuas…

Beth Hall, the 59-year-old woman who the dogs were taken from, is charged with felony animal cruelty and 105 misdemeanor charges of animal neglect… More

Judge Gives Bay County Animal Control Ownership Of Seized Dogs 

"… Judge Kevin Grover, ruled in favor of the request by Bay and Calhoun County to take ownership of the dogs and start adopting them out to new homes. Animal control tells News 13 they’ve already received around 250 pre-applications for the dogs…"  More

Apr 29, 2009:  Animal Control Seizes More Than 100 Animals

By: Audrey Adairm,  WMMB

Calhoun County, Fla — What began as an investigation for one horse ends in the seizure of more than 100 animals, 90 of them dogs. When the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office went to check on a report of a malnourished horse. What they found triggered a much bigger investigation…

“Conditions were horrible,” says Bay County Animal Control Director Jim Crosby. “Some of them were in small cages, some of them were in cages off the ground, some of them were living lose, some we caught them under the beds, in book cases, behind things”

Crosby and his team spent the entire day rounding up puppies both inside and outside the property. He continues, “The floor in this residence seems to be saturated in urine and feces.”

Bay County Animal Control found 30 dogs outside on the property, but that number has more then doubled as they continue to pull dogs from inside the house. They found 90 dogs total, all chihuahuas. As well as five horses and 16 goats.

Beth Hall, 59, is charged with one felony count of animal cruelty. However, those charges could soon increase with every animal found. Calhoun County Sheriff David Tatum explains, “I expect that each of the animals that we remove here from this point on, primarily dogs, she will receive a misdemeanor charge of animal cruelty.” He says the investigation initially started because of a malnourished horse found on the property but that revealed a much bigger issue. Remains were also found. Sheriff Tatum says, “And it too, appears to have a hole in its skull like perhaps it.. The animal was shot.”…”  More & Video

Almost 1,000 animals seized in feed-store raid in Dalworthington Garden

DALWORTHINGTON GARDENS — A police raid on a feed store this week netted about 240 dead animals and more than 700 live animals that were for sale as pets, the Humane Society of North Texas estimated Thursday…

he animals housed at the feed store included dogs, cats, rabbits, chickens, rats, mice, ferrets, turtles, lizards, tarantulas and boa constrictors.

The actual number of dead animals was higher, said Tammy Hawley, the Fort Worth-based group’s operations director.

"We were only counting whole carcasses," she said. "Some of them had been cannibalized by the other animals, so we weren’t able to count those parts."..  More

Apr 30, 2009:  Animals Seized from Pet, Feed Store

Lari Baragerm My Fox

DALLAS / WORTHINGTON GARDENS, Texas - A local feed store popular with children for its pets was raided Wednesday by the Humane Society of North Texas. FOX 4’s Lari Barager explains what prompted authorities to take the animals and she talked to the store’s owner (Adam Zduniewich of Adams Feed)…  Link

May 1, 2009

RSPCA: Animal Hoarders

Animal hoarders live secretive, reclusive lives. Their closest companions are the animals they abuse. In the following story, from the RSPCA’s Animals magazine, Winter 2005, the RSPCA reveals the latest profiling and research on the terrifying problem of animal hoarders and the cost to the animals in their care. And, we reveal the increasing burden on the resources of welfare organisations such as the RSPCA.

Animal hoarders are everywhere. We show you how to identify them and what you can do to help stop them. Animals’ special report on hoarders contains shocking pictures and descriptions of the conditions in which hoarders keep their animals…”  More

New Strict Breeders Bills Introduced In New York State Senate

Two new bills in the New York State Senate would severely limit the operations of responsible dog breeders in the Empire State. The American Kennel Club opposes these bills, and strongly encourages all concerned responsible dog breeders and owners in New York to contact the members of the Senate Agriculture Committee, which currently has cognizance of both bills, and respectfully express their opposition to the bills.

Senate Bill 4515 would require the registration and regulation of animal breeders. SB 4515 features many problematic provisions…

Senate Bill 4690 seeks to impose ownership limits and allow seizure of certain animals. The AKC opposes the following measures…

WHAT YOU CAN DO:

Concerned New Yorkers are strongly encouraged to contact the members of the Senate Agriculture Committee listed below…”  More

April 30, 2009
Apr 21, 2009:  Couple Charged With Animal Cruelty Ordered To Clean House
JACKSON, Miss. — A Pearl couple charged with 31 counts of animal cruelty has been given 30 days to clean up their home, which police said was covered in animal feces.
Earlier this month, investigators confiscated 31 animals from the home of Bennie and Paula Keyes in the 2200 block of Upper Drive in Pearl. Police said they found Feces covering the floor of the home and feces inside the animals’ cages. Officials also found animal corpses in the refrigerator.
Most of the animals had to be euthanized because of poor health. The three surviving dogs and a cat have been adopted…
In addition to the animal cruelty charges, the couple is each charged with one count of child neglect for keeping a 3-year-old in the home. Police haven’t said if the boy is Bennie Keyes’ biological child.
Bennie Keyes is also charged with 31 counts of failure to provide sustenance to animals, one count of possession of a schedule 3 substance, 27 counts of possession of animals above the city limit, one count of unsanitary conditions and one count of disorderly conduct. All of the charges are misdemeanors…”  More, Video & Slideshow
Apr 3, 2009: Pearl man faces 28 counts of animal cruelty
GANNETT.COM BY CHRIS JOYNER AND HEATHER CIVIL 
Mississippi — A Pearl man is in custody charged with 28 counts of animal cruelty after police removed dozens of dogs and cats in poor health and unsanitary conditions from a home at 2229 Upper Drive in Pearl.
Pearl police arrested Gerald Keyes around 10 p.m. Thursday after responding to a domestic disturbance call placed from inside the house.A 3-year-old boy also was taken from the house and hospitalized for observation.Investigators are still on the scene. In addition to the animals still alive, about eight frozen bundles believed to be animal remains were removed from a refrigerator inside the house.Police believe more animals may be buried in the back yard. They say Keyes apparently has been practicing veterinary medicine without a license….  More
Apr 4, 2009:  28 animals found in squalid Pearl home
3-year-old living in feces-laden house with sick dogs, cats; cruelty charges faced
Pearl Animal Control officer Heather Rogers said the smell of urine was overpowering at Keyes’ home, and feces was on every surface inside the house.
"On the couch, on the floors, kennels and crates," she said. "Not only were there animals living in those conditions, the child was living in those conditions."
The house was declared unfit for human habitation, Pearl police Capt. Ronnie Conerly said.
Conerly said late Friday afternoon he had discovered records that officers responded to a call at Keyes’ home in 2005 requesting a welfare check on a juvenile. At that time, officers noted a bad smell and found 20 to 30 cats in the home. The investigation was turned over to Animal Control.
Apr 4, 2009:  Two kittens, two puppies from Pearl home euthanized

Apr 21, 2009:  Couple Charged With Animal Cruelty Ordered To Clean House

JACKSON, Miss. — A Pearl couple charged with 31 counts of animal cruelty has been given 30 days to clean up their home, which police said was covered in animal feces.

Earlier this month, investigators confiscated 31 animals from the home of Bennie and Paula Keyes in the 2200 block of Upper Drive in Pearl. Police said they found Feces covering the floor of the home and feces inside the animals’ cages. Officials also found animal corpses in the refrigerator.

Most of the animals had to be euthanized because of poor health. The three surviving dogs and a cat have been adopted…

In addition to the animal cruelty charges, the couple is each charged with one count of child neglect for keeping a 3-year-old in the home. Police haven’t said if the boy is Bennie Keyes’ biological child.

Bennie Keyes is also charged with 31 counts of failure to provide sustenance to animals, one count of possession of a schedule 3 substance, 27 counts of possession of animals above the city limit, one count of unsanitary conditions and one count of disorderly conduct. All of the charges are misdemeanors…”  More, Video & Slideshow

Apr 3, 2009: Pearl man faces 28 counts of animal cruelty

GANNETT.COM BY CHRIS JOYNER AND HEATHER CIVIL 

Mississippi — A Pearl man is in custody charged with 28 counts of animal cruelty after police removed dozens of dogs and cats in poor health and unsanitary conditions from a home at 2229 Upper Drive in Pearl.

Pearl police arrested Gerald Keyes around 10 p.m. Thursday after responding to a domestic disturbance call placed from inside the house.

A 3-year-old boy also was taken from the house and hospitalized for observation.

Investigators are still on the scene. In addition to the animals still alive, about eight frozen bundles believed to be animal remains were removed from a refrigerator inside the house.

Police believe more animals may be buried in the back yard. They say Keyes apparently has been practicing veterinary medicine without a license….  More

Apr 4, 2009:  28 animals found in squalid Pearl home

3-year-old living in feces-laden house with sick dogs, cats; cruelty charges faced

Pearl Animal Control officer Heather Rogers said the smell of urine was overpowering at Keyes’ home, and feces was on every surface inside the house.

"On the couch, on the floors, kennels and crates," she said. "Not only were there animals living in those conditions, the child was living in those conditions."

The house was declared unfit for human habitation, Pearl police Capt. Ronnie Conerly said.

Conerly said late Friday afternoon he had discovered records that officers responded to a call at Keyes’ home in 2005 requesting a welfare check on a juvenile. At that time, officers noted a bad smell and found 20 to 30 cats in the home. The investigation was turned over to Animal Control.

Apr 4, 2009:  Two kittens, two puppies from Pearl home euthanized


County may shut down High Springs cat shelter
By, TRACEY MCMANUS, Alachua County Today
HIGH SPRINGS, FL – The chorus of purring cats has blended with the routine sounds of High Springs for years, but their song might not be heard much longer.
Haven Acres Pet Sanctuary houses nearly 300 cats on an eight-acre island of county-zoned land surrounded on all sides by High Springs. Steve and Pennie Lefkowitz have been running the pet rescue since 2003 but may no longer be able to operate because of the concerns and complaints of their neighbors.
After the Alachua County Planning Commission’s April 15 vote to deny a permit for the Lefkowitzes to continue operating, the couple will now face the Alachua County Commission in May to hear if they have to close the shelter and disband the cats.
However, the well-being of High Springs residents is not the only matter the County Commission will consider in May. Some say the cat sanctuary is not a shelter but a case of animal hoarding, which ends up putting the throng of animals in an environment of disease, filth and malnutrition.
To Steve Lefkowitz, his shelter saves hundreds of homeless animals from being euthanized every year while helping the community at the same time.
“We arrange for spay and neuter services to people at low cost or no cost, we advise and assist with health and nutrition, and we have even provided food at no cost to those in financial hardship,” Lefkowitz said. “We feel we have provided very valuable services.” ..”  More
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County may shut down High Springs cat shelter

By, TRACEY MCMANUS, Alachua County Today

HIGH SPRINGS, FL – The chorus of purring cats has blended with the routine sounds of High Springs for years, but their song might not be heard much longer.

Haven Acres Pet Sanctuary houses nearly 300 cats on an eight-acre island of county-zoned land surrounded on all sides by High Springs. Steve and Pennie Lefkowitz have been running the pet rescue since 2003 but may no longer be able to operate because of the concerns and complaints of their neighbors.

After the Alachua County Planning Commission’s April 15 vote to deny a permit for the Lefkowitzes to continue operating, the couple will now face the Alachua County Commission in May to hear if they have to close the shelter and disband the cats.

However, the well-being of High Springs residents is not the only matter the County Commission will consider in May. Some say the cat sanctuary is not a shelter but a case of animal hoarding, which ends up putting the throng of animals in an environment of disease, filth and malnutrition.

To Steve Lefkowitz, his shelter saves hundreds of homeless animals from being euthanized every year while helping the community at the same time.

“We arrange for spay and neuter services to people at low cost or no cost, we advise and assist with health and nutrition, and we have even provided food at no cost to those in financial hardship,” Lefkowitz said. “We feel we have provided very valuable services.” ..”  More

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Apr 29, 2009:  Accused animal hoarder off to mental hospital
An accused animal hoarder and abuser will be sent off to a state mental hospital after she was found incompetent to stand trial.
Wednesday morning, Cynthia Gudger found out she will not be forced to take involuntary medications and will be sent to the Patton State Hospital as soon as there is a bed open for her.
Gudger’s defense attorney said there is a long waiting list for the hospital, so Gudger may stay in jail for a while longer…”  More & Video
Apr 8, 2009:  Accused Animal Hoarder’s Day In Court Didn’t Last Long
Mar 12, 2009:  Accused animal hoarder incompetent for trial
By:  Bakersfieldnow.com Staff writers
Bakersfield, CA  — “…Gudger, who is widely known by her false alias of Anita Gilbert, is facing 10 charges of animal cruelty after animal control officials seized nearly 50 dogs and cats from her Tehachapi home in July.The 60-year-old woman allegedly has a history of hoarding and abusing animals and a history of using aliases. She was arrested most recently in late October after skipping a court appearance in August. When she was found, Gudger was staying in an Oxnard motel with about 20 cats, including one dead cat in a freezer…”  More
KERO ABC 23 video
KGET NBC 17 video
From Bakersfield Californian Newspaper:
Animal abuse suspect back in Kern County jail
Animal abuse fugitive captured in LA area
Man worries accused animal abuser stole his sister’s identity
County keeps custody of seized cats and dogs
Fugitive animal abuse suspect says she won’t surrender
Officers in animal control raid called ‘heroic’
Animal control workers detail findings at alleged hoarder’s
Accused animal abuser charged with threatening lawyer
Animal hoarding: Why do they do it?
Accused hoarder: ‘I love the animals like they’re my children’

Apr 29, 2009:  Accused animal hoarder off to mental hospital

An accused animal hoarder and abuser will be sent off to a state mental hospital after she was found incompetent to stand trial.

Wednesday morning, Cynthia Gudger found out she will not be forced to take involuntary medications and will be sent to the Patton State Hospital as soon as there is a bed open for her.

Gudger’s defense attorney said there is a long waiting list for the hospital, so Gudger may stay in jail for a while longer…”  More & Video

Apr 8, 2009:  Accused Animal Hoarder’s Day In Court Didn’t Last Long

Mar 12, 2009:  Accused animal hoarder incompetent for trial

By:  Bakersfieldnow.com Staff writers

Bakersfield, CA — “…Gudger, who is widely known by her false alias of Anita Gilbert, is facing 10 charges of animal cruelty after animal control officials seized nearly 50 dogs and cats from her Tehachapi home in July.

The 60-year-old woman allegedly has a history of hoarding and abusing animals and a history of using aliases. She was arrested most recently in late October after skipping a court appearance in August. When she was found, Gudger was staying in an Oxnard motel with about 20 cats, including one dead cat in a freezer…”  More

KERO ABC 23 video

KGET NBC 17 video

From Bakersfield Californian Newspaper:

April 29, 2009
Horse rescue operation to continue
By, MAUNETTE LOEKS, Star Herald
BRIDGEPORT — Animal rescue officials expected to move the last of more than 200 starving horses today from a Morrill County ranch.Humane Society of the United States has described the removal of horses and burros from 3-Strikes Mustang Ranch as one of the largest equine rescue operations in Nebraska.The ranch’s owner and operator, Jason Meduna, had been arrested on a charge of animal cruelty last Friday, but was released after making bail on Sunday. On Wednesday, animal rescue officials had hoped to remove all 200 horses from the ranch after Meduna signed the horses over to Habitat for Horses and LifeSavers…”  More

Horse rescue operation to continue

By, MAUNETTE LOEKS, Star Herald

BRIDGEPORT — Animal rescue officials expected to move the last of more than 200 starving horses today from a Morrill County ranch.

Humane Society of the United States has described the removal of horses and burros from 3-Strikes Mustang Ranch as one of the largest equine rescue operations in Nebraska.

The ranch’s owner and operator, Jason Meduna, had been arrested on a charge of animal cruelty last Friday, but was released after making bail on Sunday. On Wednesday, animal rescue officials had hoped to remove all 200 horses from the ranch after Meduna signed the horses over to Habitat for Horses and LifeSavers…”  More
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