Two Dead Dogs and 57 Other Animals Reportedly Found Starving to Death Deserve Justice

Target: Newton County, Missouri Prosecutor Will Lynch

Goal: Provide justice for animals that were allegedly found living in filthy conditions without food or water.

Fifty-seven dogs and several cats were rescued after many of them were allegedly found in poor health without access to adequate food and water. It is important that the person allegedly responsible for these crimes receive a harsh sentence and no longer be allowed to have pets to prevent similar future tragedies.

While police have not released the name of the suspect, they did state that some deceased animals were found on the man’s property. Witnesses said that his other dogs had been running around the area, which reportedly led to one of them being hit by a car. According to officers, two of the dogs died shortly after being discovered, even after being provided with proper food and water. Reports state that some of the dogs were living in crates that were filled with waste. A Dachshund and cat were further allegedly crammed inside a crate together without food or water.

Authorities claim that the property was not habitable because of a prior fire and that the dwelling had no power or water access. The man further allegedly threatened to blow up the local police station if any of his animals were taken from his property. The suspected individual is currently being evaluated by mental health officials. Sign this petition to demand justice for these innocent animals if it is found they were harmed, neglected or killed by this person.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Prosecutor Lynch,

A man is currently being observed during a 96-hour hospital watch after many dogs and cats were allegedly found dead or living in poor conditions without food or water on his property. It is important that justice is served for these animals if they were mistreated so that more creatures will be less likely to be harmed.

Deceased animals were reportedly found at the residence. It is also claimed that one dog was run over by a car while running around loose. Authorities claimed that two dogs were so sick that they died shortly after they were rescued and that some of the animals were living in feces filled crates. They also stated a dog and cat were being held in a small crate together and that they had no room to move around, or any way to gain access to water or food.

According to reports, the property had no power or water access because it had previously been destroyed by a fire. The man also allegedly threatened to blow up the police department if authorities seized his animals. For these reasons, I demand you suggest the accused party no longer be allowed to be around animals and that he receive an appropriate sentence as well as professional counseling if he is found guilty of such blatant animal cruelty.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Keniett J. Vazquez


5 Comments

  1. Put this SOB in PRISON NOW! He is obviously sick & deranged and should be removed from your community for the sake of the innocents, human and animal alike

  2. An eye for an eye is an essential requirement.This vile severe animal abusing/killing scumbag,must be put to death.I am ready,willing and able to help perform this procedure!!

  3. Loraine Pretorius says:

    Name and shame. the public need to know who is responsible for this terrible crime.
    SHAME ON YOU

  4. Kathleen Scherman says:

    This man doesn’t deserve to breath air let alone have any kind of a life under his care!!! As I keep saying, if they can do this to an animal, than how do these scums treat people??!!
    He needs to have his hands a privates cut off, left in the woods to DIE!!!!

  5. Gabriela Torres says:

    Dear Prosecutor Lynch,
    How much longer do we have to put up with bloody animal abusers
    who usually don’t end up going to jail or paying a substantial
    fine for their crimes?
    Innocent animals are sentient beings who do not deserve to be
    mistreated and murdered – there should be a limit to how many
    dogs are allowed per house. In California, it’s two.

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