Target: Fulton County Animal Control Field Enforcement
Goal: Ensure man accused of multiple animal welfare violations can’t keep horses on his property.
A man already facing aggravated animal cruelty charges for the abuse of horses has been cited for animal cruelty again. Police responded to a call from a neighbor alleging that Branden Fulton of Fulton County, Georgia was beating his horses. When they arrived, they reportedly found four horses without any water available to them.
If the above allegations are true, it would seem that a repeat animal abuser has acquired more horses to neglect. Considering Fulton’s alleged track record, it’s clear that these horses are in danger of mistreatment. In order to save more animals from starvation and death, it’s imperative that the animals are removed from the property and that Fulton is more closely monitored to ensure that no more horses are brought on to the property. Sign the petition below to ask local animal welfare agencies to send immediate help for these animals.
Dear Fulton County Animal Control Field Enforcement,
A man accused of starving several horses and leaving several more to die and decay on his property has been charged with animal cruelty once again. Branden Fulton has been cited for giving his horses no access to water. Police laid these charges after responding to a call from a concerned neighbor who alleged that Fulton was beating his horses.
A judge previously demanded that Fulton get rid of his animals, but it seems that there are still animals on his property. Considering his alleged track record, it seems that these horses are at risk of abuse. We, the undersigned, ask you to work hard to ensure that the animals are removed from his custody. We also ask for more oversight of the Fulton farm in order to ensure that no more animals are subjected to abuse.
[Your Name Here]
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