Target: David Slocum, City Attorney of Senatobia, Mississippi
Goal: Charge the owners of alleged puppy mill and aim for the maximum penalty possible.
Over 170 animals, including multiple pregnant dogs, were reportedly found in a home that doubled as a puppy mill. Nearly a dozen of the animals were dead, although some were near death, according to rescuers. The animals were infested with worms, fleas, and ticks. Of the many illnesses the poor animals were suffering, some of them included alopecia, anemia, malnutrition, and all of the cats had eye infections and upper respiratory problems.
The rescue group said the animals were living in filthy conditions and had no food or water. These innocent, helpless animals were being used for profit and many of them died as a result of these greedy, despicable humans.
Despite the heart-wrenching findings, news reporters say that police haven’t charged anyone yet. They’re still “talking” to the property owners. Talking is not enough. These people need to be punished so severely that they never think of taking in another animal. Please sign this petition to demand that authorities charge these people and aim for the most severe penalties possible, if guilty.
Dear Mr. Slocum,
Rescuers reportedly uncovered a puppy mill with over 170 animals, some already dead. Other animals found on the property were near death and the rescuers say they had no food or water. These innocent animals were suffering from multiple types of infections, parasites, and illnesses.
The president of the Animal Rescue Corps said that the animals had endured extreme suffering. According to reports, the owners have not been charged yet. Please make sure that these animals receive justice and that the owners are charged and severely punished for the lives they’ve taken in the name of greed.
[Your Name Here]
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