Target: Daniel Shue, Prosecuting Attorney for Sebastian County, Arkansas
Goal: Demand the maximum penalty for the woman who allegedly left more than a dozen dogs and cats to starve to death.
More than a dozen dogs and three cats were reportedly left to die in an abandoned house. The animals were reportedly malnourished and dehydrated. Per arrest reports, the suspect stated that the dogs did not belong to her.
“From the street, you could actually see their ribs,” stated Jade Stanley, warden of the Fort Smith Police Department Animal Control. The property owner reportedly thought that she was getting evicted and moved, leaving 15 dogs and three cats behind without access to food or water.
Susie Robbins was arrested and charged with cruelty to animals, allowing a dog to run at large, and operating a kennel without a license. The animals were taken to the Humane Society and some are being prepared for adoption. These innocent animals deserve justice. Sign below and demand that Robbins receive the maximum penalty by law, if convicted.
Dear Prosecuting Attorney Shue,
More than a dozen dogs and three cats were reportedly abandoned without access to food or water. Some of the animals were reportedly emaciated and near death. We demand justice for these innocent animals.
“They were in critical condition, which is why we ended up taking them in the first place,” stated the warden of the local animal control department. She and her partner took several of the dogs home after they discovered that the residence had been abandoned. They returned later to find three cats in equally poor health. If not for the efforts of the officers, those animals likely would have died.
This horrific crime cannot go unpunished. We demand that you seek the maximum penalty in this case.
[Your Name Here]
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