Dogs Reportedly Living in Filth and Covered in Debilitating Mats Deserve Justice

Target: Trecia Kimes-Brown, Prosecuting Attorney for Vinton County, Ohio

 Goal: Demand that the man who allegedly kept thirteen dogs in unsanitary conditions receives the maximum penalty by law.

Thirteen dogs were allegedly neglected and kept in unsanitary conditions. The dogs reportedly lived amongst feces, urine, and dirty clothing. The suspect stated that he was going through a challenging time and that his family members had not cleaned his home for him while he was at work. Demand justice for these innocent dogs.

“You would have to see this dog prior to the grooming to believe it was the same dog,” stated Gallia Dog Warden Laurie Cardillo. Cardillo took thirteen cocker spaniels into her custody after they were allegedly abandoned in a home filled with feces, urine, and dirty clothing. One of the dogs was reportedly so matted that he was tripping over his own fur mats. Sander’s home smelled of ammonia, police stated, and the only food available to the dogs was dumped throughout the feces and urine-covered floor.

The dogs have been examined and are receiving medical care. Two of the dogs may have to be euthanized due to the severity of their illness. Police charged Sanders with 13 counts of second-degree misdemeanor animal cruelty. Sign below and demand that Sander’s receives the maximum penalty by law, if convicted.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear District Attorney Kimes-Brown,

Thirteen dogs suffered and two may have to be euthanized after they were allegedly neglected and kept in unsanitary conditions. The dogs reportedly lived in their own feces and urine and some suffered with severe fur mats. We demand justice for these innocent dogs.

The Gallia Sheriff’s Office charged Thomas Saunders with 13 counts of second-degree misdemeanor animal cruelty after he allegedly neglected his dogs and forced them to live in unsanitary conditions. Per police, one of the dogs had fur mats so severe that he was unable to walk and many of the dogs were in poor health. The home smelled heavily of ammonia, reports stated, and the only food available to the dogs was scattered across the urine and feces-covered floor. The dogs are receiving medical care, but two may have to be euthanized.

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

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

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8 Comments

  1. and what is this sweet soul going to get for thirteen counts of cruelty a slap on the wrist so he can go out and do it again punish this sick bastard and make sure he never has another animal ever

  2. Linda Hilty-Tuttle says:

    SIGNED & POSTED ON FACEBOOK!!!!

  3. PUNISH THE ANIMAL ABUSER NOW.

  4. These subhumans need removing from planet earth, then when they are ALL DEAD, animals will be safe. Please God, JUSTICE FOR ANIMALS now

  5. Bev Woodburn says:

    Trecia Kimes-Brown, Prosecuting Attorney for Vinton County, Ohio

    Demand that the man who allegedly kept thirteen dogs in unsanitary conditions receives the maximum penalty by law.

    Thirteen dogs were allegedly neglected and kept in unsanitary conditions. The dogs reportedly lived amongst feces, urine, and dirty clothing. The suspect stated that he was going through a challenging time and that his family members had not cleaned his home for him while he was at work. Demand justice for these innocent dogs.

    Make this animal torturing monster Thomas Saunders live in
    unsanitary conditions until this bastard dies. See how this animal torturing monster likes being punished and tortured the same as all those precious Dogs endured.

    How I hate and despise all animal torturers and abusers. They all should be put to death by the same means they tortured or abused their defenceless and innocent victims endured.

    If much Stricter Animal Protection Laws were introduced by putting these animal torturing and abusive monsters to death, this would stop the horrific and unimaginable torture and suffering committed by monsters against defenceless and innocent sentient beings. Eradication is a must of such lowlife filth.

  6. Agree all above

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