Target: Tori Verber Salazar, District Attorney for San Joaquin County, California
Goal: Demand the maximum penalty for the people who reportedly sexually abused two female dogs.
Two dogs were reportedly sexually abused after they were allegedly rented out to strangers. The accused deny the allegations, stating that they did not abuse the dogs or rent them out. Demand justice for these innocent dogs.
“Their vaginal areas are swollen and there’s been severe trauma,” stated Regina Sanchez, a rescue worker with Second Chance Kitty. The Stockton-based animal rescue took the dogs in after a concerned neighbor filed a police report. She reportedly found the dogs in bad shape, stumbling and appearing to be heavily sedated.
Emma, the brown terrier, and Ava, the pit bull, are both recovering at the Venetian Pet Hospital. Local police are investigating and no charges have been filed so far. Sign below and demand the maximum penalty in this case.
Dear District Attorney Salazar,
Two female dogs reportedly sustained severe sexual abuse. Two men have been accused of renting the dogs out to strangers, but deny this and any involvement in the abuse. We demand justice for these innocent dogs.
“We want them to be heard. They don’t have a voice. No one can do anything, because no one said anything, because they don’t have a voice, they’re only dogs,” stated Lizet Avila of Stockton. Avila reportedly found the two female dogs in bad condition. A male dog was also rescued from the home. He sustained only minor injuries.
The men accused in the case claimed that another man, who knew the dogs’ owner, came by to pick up the dogs. They agreed to cooperate in an investigation. We demand that you seek the maximum penalty in this case.
[Your Name Here]
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