Target: Jeff Landry, Attorney General of Louisiana
Goal: Enforce the maximum sentence for family of three accused of keeping 140 cats in a meth lab.
A Louisiana woman and her two sons were allegedly found with 140 cats living in their home, which was also a meth lab. Upon arrival, seven of the cats were already dead while the other 133 were living in squalid conditions with fecal matter all over the property. After being removed from the house, the remaining 133 cats had to be euthanized because their condition was so poor. Currently, all three of these alleged criminals are out on bail.
If it is not already bad enough to run a meth lab, the addition of allegedly forcing animals to live in those conditions makes it unimaginable. For a person to have that many animals, one can assume they originally had the best interest of the pets in mind, but that unfortunately did not continue in this case. These people must be punished for what they have reportedly done. Not only for allegedly hurting all of these helpless cats, but also harming their community by manufacturing and distributing such a dangerous and harmful substance.
People like this can not be allowed to roam free and inflict more damage on their surroundings that they already have. These alleged criminals apparently no longer have regard for the life and value of other living creatures, and need to be put behind bars. Sign this petition to ensure these three receive the maximum sentence for the alleged crimes against their community, as well as these animals.
Dear Mr. Landry,
Three people were allegedly found running a meth lab, which contained 140 cats inside. The conditions of a meth lab are in no way, shape or form conducive to the healthy life of a human, let alone a cat. Seven of the cats were already dead when police arrived, and the 133 other had to be euthanized later because of their poor condition. The criminals who have done this can not be allowed to remain free. Currently, all three of them are out on bail and have the opportunity to hurt the community even more.
This mother and two sons were not only allegedly manufacturing methamphetamine, but also distributing the dangerous and deadly drug. They are endangering themselves and their community with their actions, and need to be stopped. Use your power to demand the maximum sentence for those who committed these crimes. If they are left free and not punished, they have the opportunity to endanger more animals and the entire community in which they live.
[Your Name Here]
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