Justice for 123 Apparently Mistreated Animals

Target: District Judge James Caputo, Criminal District Division, Tulsa County District Court

Goal: Demand justice for 123 animals living in deplorable conditions.

On February 16, investigators stormed into dog trainer Marjorie Satterfield’s home in Siatook, Oklahoma to find 123 animals reportedly living in deplorable conditions. Of the animals rescued, there were 106 dogs, seven cats, four chickens, and six birds. According to the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office, crates stacked on top of each other covered virtually every surface of the home, with nothing inside to lay on besides paper. Many of the animals also required immediate medical care, according to the Humane Society.

Satterfield was allegedly running a dog kennel and training business. The clients had no idea that their dogs were being hoarded and forced to experience these conditions. The Humane Society is now working hard to help the dogs find their owners. Satterfield should not be allowed to call herself a dog trainer, as she does not have a license. While her boyfriend claimed he thought the animals were well fed, trained, and taken care of, these reported conditions point to the opposite. Satterfield could potentially be charged with one count of animal cruelty for each animal found in her home, tallying up to 123 cases of animal cruelty.

Satterfield should not be allowed to work with animals nor own one ever again. Sign the petition below to urge Tulsa District Judge James Caputo of the Crimincal District Division to sentence Satterfield with the appropriate jail time and fines, if she is convicted.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Judge Caputo,

On February 15, 123 animals were rescued from a dog trainer’s home in Siatook, Oklahoma. Animals included 106 dogs, seven cats, four chickens, and six birds. Reportedly, the animals’ crates were stacked on top of each other with nothing lining the insides but paper. Many of the animals required immediate medical care, according to a worker from the Humane Society. Although Satterfield’s boyfriend claims that the animals were well fed, exercised, and taken care of, this does not seem like the case. She did not even have a proper license to be a dog trainer. 

I ask you to consider animal welfare and sentence Marjorie Satterfield to the appropriate jail time and penalties, if convicted. She should not be allowed to work with animals in the future, nor own one herself. Help protect animal welfare and ensure that justice is found for these animals who have had to suffer under her care.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Bernhard Staerck

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15 Comments

  1. Put that BITCH in prison for life with no parole. There is no excuse that I would accept for the treatment that she gave those animals. The animals deserved good treatment and got none. Now, she deserves no good treatment for the rest of her sorry life.

  2. Agree all comments

  3. PUT HER IN A KENNEL AND LEAVE HER THERE FOR A LONG TIME WITH NO FOOD OR WATER.

  4. This dog isn’t even one of the dogs that was seized in the illegal seizure. This is all in void because random people from all over are signing without even knowing the facts. Actually do some research and people wouldn’t be signing this bogus petition.

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