Target: Tony Rackauckas, District Attorney for Orange County, California
Goal: Demand the maximum penalty for the woman who allegedly denied crucial veterinarian care to sick puppies and then sold them, resulting in the death of 30 puppies.
Thirty puppies died after a woman allegedly denied them vital medical treatment. The woman reportedly sold the puppies through a fake pet rescue organization without informing the buyers of their illnesses. Demand justice for these innocent puppies.
Bailey was one of more than 100 puppies sold by Pawlosophy, a fake pet rescue organization reportedly run by Megan Ann Hoechstetter. Bailey reportedly became seriously ill shortly after adoption and died from parvovirus a week later. Since then, 29 more Pawlosophy puppies have reportedly died, all of them suffering from viral and parasitic infections including parvovirus, coccidia and giardia.
Hoechstetter has been charged with 20 misdemeanor counts of keeping an animal without proper care and two misdemeanor counts of animal abuse by a caretaker. Nineteen sick puppies were taken from Hoechstetter and given veterinary care. Sign below and demand that Hoechstetter receive the maximum penalty by law, if convicted.
Dear District Attorney Rackauckas,
More than 100 puppies were reportedly neglected by the head of a fake pet rescue organization, leading to the death of 30. She reportedly sold the puppies without seeking medical treatment for their various viral and parasitic infections. We demand justice for these innocent puppies.
The Irvine Police Department began investigating Hoechstetter after they received reports of her selling sick puppies. They reportedly found six puppies for sale in Hoechstetter’s trunk and 13 sick puppies in her hotel room. Per police reports, Hoechstetter lied to buyers about the puppies’ health and charged $400 for each 8-week-old puppy.
Too many dogs have reportedly died at this woman’s hands. We demand that you seek the maximum penalty in this case.
[Your Name Here]
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