Target: Brian Keedy, Prosecuting Attorney for Sullivan County
Goal: Demand the maximum penalty for the owners who allegedly neglected and starved six horses and two mules on their property.
Six horses and two mules were discovered malnourished and neglected on property in north central Missouri. The property was reportedly too small to accommodate the animals and contained no food. Demand justice for these innocent animals.
It is unreported how long the horses and mules were living on the property. By the time the Humane Society of Missouri’s Animal Cruelty Task Force arrived, all of the animals were reportedly emaciated. The land contained no food and only filthy water to drink, reports state.
The animals have been removed and sent to the Longmeadow Rescue Ranch for treatment and recovery. The owners have been charged with six counts of animal abuse and neglect. Sign below to demand the maximum penalty in this case.
Dear Prosecuting Attorney Keedy,
Six horses and two mules were found emaciated on a property in Sullivan County. Their owners reportedly kept them on land that was too small and unable to provide their basic needs. We demand justice for these innocent animals.
“Allowing animals to slowly starve to death is the very definition of cruelty,” stated Kathy Warrick, president of the Humane Society of Missouri. It is unreported how long the animals were forced to live on barren land with reportedly no access to food or drinkable water. Their emaciated bodies suggested that they had been suffering for a painfully long time.
No animal should have to suffer in this way. We demand that you seek the maximum penalty in this case.
[Your Name Here]
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