Dogs Reportedly Found Starved in Wire Cages With No Shelter Need Justice

Target: Faith Johnson, District Attorney for Dallas County, Texas

Goal: Demand the people who allegedly starved two dogs, leading to the death of one, receive the maximum penalty by law.

One dog died and another suffered when they were allegedly starved and neglected. The dogs were reportedly kept in wire cages without access to shelter, food, or water. Demand justice for these innocent dogs.

A dog screamed in pain as officers with the Dallas County Animal Cruelty Investigations Unit led him away from his allegedly neglectful home. The dog’s hip and rib bones reportedly protruded from his skin, and he was almost too weak to walk. Per authorities, the dog suffered from dehydration, starvation, and diarrhea. Officers also found a deceased dog on the property, reports claimed. The necropsy showed that the dog died from complications related to starvation and dehydration, and the dog’s entire gastrointestinal tract lacked substance for nourishment.

The Texas SPCA obtained custody of the surviving dog. His current condition is unreported. Police charged the dogs’ owners, Anthony Terry Nichols, Jr. and Jamine Teara Sadler, with third-degree felony cruelty to non-livestock animals. They were booked into the Dallas County Jail. Sign below and demand that Nichols and Sadler receive the maximum penalty by law, if convicted.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear District Attorney Johnson,

Two dogs were allegedly starved and neglected in a shocking case of animal cruelty. One dog reportedly died of complications related to starvation and dehydration, and the surviving dog screamed in pain when rescuers led him away from the scene. We demand justice for these poor dogs.

The Dallas County Animal Cruelty Investigations Unit charged Anthony Terry Nichols, Jr. and Jamine Teara Sadler with third-degree felony cruelty to non-livestock animals after they allegedly starved and neglected two dogs. Per officers, the dogs lived in wire cages without access to food, water, medical care, or shelter, and they were both so emaciated that their bones showed through their skin. Necropsy results indicated that the deceased dog’s gastrointestinal tract was completely void of substance for nourishment. The Texas SPCA took custody of the surviving dog. Nichols and Sadler were booked into the Dallas County Jail with a $5,000 bond.

This horrific cruelty must be punished. We demand that you seek the maximum penalty in this case.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: SPCA

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125 Comments

  1. Lori James says:

    Almost too weak to walk what the f*** is wrong with the officers that rescued this dog they’re almost as cruel making the dog walk as the person who did it to him!!!!!

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