Find And Punish Couple Suspected Of Neglecting Dozens of Animals

Target: Colonel Tyree C. Blocker, Commissioner of the Pennsylvania State Police

Goal: Find and make example of couple suspected of severe animal neglect.

Dozens of animals were rescued from a filth-riddled home in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. The area was covered in feces and cockroaches, one rabbit was found dead, and the couple who was renting the trailer home has not been seen since Friday. While this has not been officially classified as a case of hoarding, it is most certainly a textbook case of animal neglect.

Too many animals across the country are subject to such deplorable conditions. People collect these animals for whatever reason and refuse to take the responsibility of ensuring that they are well cared for, leading the poor creatures to suffer horribly and even die. This incident is a particularly gruesome example of such. Thankfully, the surviving animals appear well and will be put up for adoption.

The owners of the trailer home must be found and made an example of. Hoarding and animal neglect of this magnitude are crimes, and the message needs to be spread that such crimes will not be even remotely tolerated. Sign this petition to demand the missing couple be found and brought to justice immediately.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Commissioner Blocker,

Dozens of animals were found living in squalid conditions in a Uniontown trailer home, the renters of which have not been seen in days. The trailer was a horrifying mess, covered in feces and swarming with vermin, most of which were cockroaches. The animals have been rescued and will be put up for adoption, save for one rabbit, who was found dead.

The renters of this trailer must be found and made an example of immediately. This is a textbook case of criminal neglect, and could easily be classified as hoarding. Please ensure that they are charged with neglect and punished to the full extent of the law if found guilty. The message must be spread that neglect and hoarding are unacceptable.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Stefan Körner

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6 Comments

  1. Nooshin Perla says:

    You bastard, What is wrong with you? If you can not afford having animals why are you getting them, and if that is not the problem then GO TO HELL AND BURN!!!

  2. Hoarding is a mental illness. How can you say it is “unacceptable”. That is like saying depression or anxiety are “unacceptable”. The people involved should be treated and monitored not punished and made an example of.

    • You can’t be serious? This is a case of severe animal abuse and neglect. Did you even read the article or look at the picture? This isn’t about hoarding too much junk,these are living,feeling,animals. These *people* also abandoned them in deplorable conditions for close to a week. Your comment is way off base. I wonder if you’d still say what you did if it was a house full of children left in those conditions?

  3. Rosslyn Osborne says:

    WHY oh why do these lowlifes continue to do this?
    A quick phone call to any shelter or even the police to say they need help with these now unwanted animals, if they had no way of taking them to a shelter themselves.
    It isn’t really that hard a thing to do. Better surrender the animals than abandon them to die a slow agonizing death.
    Please find them and sort this mess out.If guilty prosecute them, and give them counseling.

  4. KatWrangler WELCH says:

    We need laws to make sure all animals receive justice.
    No animal deserves to suffer like this.

  5. Cynthia Mattera says:

    Hoarding things like junk is an illness. Keeping pets in filthy conditions and not taking care of them is abusive behavior. Please stop making excuses for people who neglect living creatures. The animals don’t care what the reason is!!!

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