Dog Reportedly Found in Flooded Doghouse Deserves Justice

Target: Mr. Amira Fox, State Attorney for the 20th Judicial Circuit of Florida

Goal: Investigate and ensure strict penalties for the individual allegedly responsible for the neglect of Robo, and enforce stronger animal welfare regulations.

In Immokalee, Florida, a man named Romeo Gabriel-Lopez was arrested on charges of animal cruelty after allegedly failing to provide adequate shelter for his dog, Robo. During heavy rain and flood conditions detectives reportedly found Robo, a young bull terrier, tied to a pole and sitting inside a flooded doghouse with one to two feet of water. At the time, Collier County was under a tornado and flood watch.

Gabriel-Lopez was not home, but detectives contacted him by phone, and he agreed to surrender Robo. Following an investigation, deputies returned to arrest Gabriel-Lopez. This case highlights the urgent need for strict enforcement of animal welfare laws to prevent such apparent neglect and ensure the well-being of animals. Take stringent measures to hold individuals accountable for alleged neglect and protect the welfare of animals like Robo.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Ms. Amira Fox,

A recent case in Immokalee, Florida, has brought to light a deeply disturbing instance of alleged animal cruelty. Romeo Gabriel-Lopez was arrested after detectives reportedly found his dog, Robo, a young bull terrier, tied to a pole and sitting inside a flooded doghouse during heavy rain and flood conditions. Collier County was under a tornado and flood watch at the time.

This case underscores the urgent need for strict enforcement of animal welfare laws. We urge you to ensure a thorough investigation and hold those allegedly responsible accountable. Immediate action is necessary to prevent such apparent neglect and protect the welfare of animals in our community.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: Bruce Reyes-Chow


One Comment

  1. Lopez is one ignorant bastard. He is not functional and shouldn’t have an animal in his care. Ever!He has no care. He needs to sit in a dog house while storms and flooding rage and the possibility of death looms around him. Our legal system here in Florida is decayed. There is no animal welfare. People here are allowed to torture and watch suffering. Those who do this need to be put in prison for years. But we have no justice here in Florida except for a pregnant women whose waters broke, she is bleeding but can not get any emergency help. They kill her! What a state!

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