Dogs Allegedly Starved and Abandoned in Remote Area Deserve Justice

Target: Garvin County, Oklahoma District Attorney Greg Mashburn

Goal: Give woman maximum time in prison for allegedly not feeding dogs and abandoning them.

Jennifer Nicole Brooks was arrested for reportedly not giving her two dogs food or water and dropping them off in a remote area. She needs to spend time in prison if she is found guilty of committing these crimes to better ensure other animals will not have to endure the same fate.

One of the dogs Brooks allegedly dumped was blind, making it more likely this animal would be hit by a car. Studies have further shown that formerly abandoned dogs can face separation anxiety as well as trust issues later in life.

Brooks was charged with two counts of animal cruelty and is being held on felony charges. She could be sentenced to up to five years in prison if it is discovered she is responsible for mistreating these dogs. Sign this petition to demand she receive the strictest sentence possible if it is discovered she committed these thoughtless acts.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear District Attorney Mashburn,

Authorities allegedly found two dogs that had been starved and dropped off in a remote part of town. Jennifer Nicole Brooks was arrested shortly afterwards on two counts of animal cruelty. She needs to be given the toughest legal sentence if it is found she neglected her dogs to make it less likely other animals will suffer.

One of the dogs that Brooks allegedly abandoned was blind. Having such a disability would make it even more difficult for an animal to survive on their own in an unfamiliar area. It has also been shown that previously abandoned dogs have a difficult time trusting future owners and that they can further experience anxiety when left alone.

Abandoning pets in this part of Oklahoma is considered a felony, and Brooks could spend up to five years in prison if she is found guilty of these actions. For these reasons, I demand you suggest she receive the most time behind bars possible if it is found she is guilty of abusing or neglecting these helpless animals.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Joe Parks


6 Comments

  1. Make it 30 years as this equals 2 counts of attempted murder, no parole.

  2. Blind her and drop her off in remote area….hopefully a car will hit her.

  3. She needs to be starved- time to get rid of the scum on this earth. One less person like this would be a start.!!!

  4. This vile severe animal abusing bitch must have the death penalty implemented.A slow and agonising death foer this vile,ugly bitch is essential.I am ready,willing and able to help perform this procedure!

  5. Linda L Cummings says:

    How to people become this disgustingly sick!

  6. I am tired of this brutality happening over and over. If people get away with this cruelty these abandonments will continue. We have laws but the framework is broken? Fix the framework. No animal needs to be treated this way when there are shelters to accept them. This woman should never again own an animals for the rest of her life. Life is cheap to her. I would watch the kids too if there are any. To this woman life of an animals is cheap. She probably didn’t[t want to pay a fee to a shelter and did this to her dogs instead. There is no excuse except being too lazy and too cheap to provide for her dogs.

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