Justice for 84 Dogs Allegedly Left Without Sufficient Food or Water

Target: Steve Marshall, Attorney General of Alabama

Goal: Ensure strict legal punishment for those reportedly responsible for the apparent abuse and neglect of 84 dogs in Gadsden.

A case in Gadsden, Alabama, reportedly involving the alleged abuse and neglect of 84 dogs has shocked the community. During a routine operation, police discovered the dogs living in reportedly “unlivable” conditions, lacking adequate food, water, and care. This apparent severe neglect and mistreatment of defenseless animals has caused significant public outrage and calls for justice.

Neighbors and residents have expressed their distress and frustration over the reported conditions the dogs were found in. One neighbor, Peyton Rowland, was reportedly bitten by a dog believed to belong to the alleged perpetrator, highlighting the dire situation of these animals. The dogs are now in the care of the Humane Society Pet Rescue and Adoption Center, where efforts are being made to rehabilitate and save as many as possible.

Given the severity of the alleged abuse and the large number of animals involved, it is crucial to hold the responsible party accountable. Ensure that such acts of cruelty are met with appropriate consequences, sending a strong message that animal abuse will not be tolerated.


Dear AG Steve Marshall,

We are writing to express our deep concern over the case involving the alleged abuse and neglect of 84 dogs in Gadsden. Police discovered these animals living in reportedly “unlivable” conditions, lacking sufficient food, water, and care. The community is outraged by these allegations and the apparent severe mistreatment of these defenseless animals.

The distressing accounts from neighbors, including Peyton Rowland who was reportedly bitten by one of the dogs, underscore the urgent need for legal action. The dogs, now under the care of the Humane Society Pet Rescue and Adoption Center, are receiving the attention they desperately need. However, justice for their reported suffering remains pending.

We urge your office to pursue the strongest possible legal action against the individual allegedly responsible for this apparent cruelty. It is imperative to demonstrate that such actions will have severe consequences and to protect the well-being of animals in our community.


[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: Antoine Grace


  1. Ejohnson says:

    Lock the perpetrators away and let them starve to death- no more abuse issues out of them

  2. jail and starve them

  3. i am sure some of these dogs will be killed. once again to a failed justice system and people who are totally worthless. i love when the community is shocked. what bullshit. do their neighbors live in a coma. they can’t see and usually smell the neglect. shame!

  4. starve and jail them

  5. Jaime Perez says:

    I’m glad the dogs were removed from this creep. Throw him in jail for a very long time!!

  6. Julie Bates says:

    Who is this mother F….. ??? How did he manage to have sooooooo many animals????
    Your USA laws stick people….make change before there is nooooo help for your state !!!!

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