Woman charged with animal abuse after...

Woman charged with animal abuse after breeder raid

There are 31 comments on the Monterey County Herald story from Feb 20, 2009, titled Woman charged with animal abuse after breeder raid. In it, Monterey County Herald reports that:

A dog breeder was charged Friday with two misdemeanor counts of animal abuse after authorities rescued more than 200 dogs, a cat and a Bengal tiger from her property.

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Anti-Gang Banger

United States

#1 Feb 20, 2009
String her up!
Doggy Daddy

Succasunna, NJ

#2 Feb 21, 2009
This is disgusting.Especially in St Louis where they kill so many dogs in their shelter,that they bring them in a group into a room and GAS them.This woman should go to jail for a long time.And a BENGAL TIGER??? What was she thinking with that????

Since: Sep 08

Newark, NJ

#3 Feb 21, 2009
Thank God the animals have finally been rescued. but how many other cases are out there like this? How many more animals need rescuing? This is sad.
Good grief

Shelton, CT

#4 Feb 22, 2009
This is just one reason why us animal rights activits are so passionate about what we do. DON'T SHOP... ADOPT!
Sinajuavi

Shadyside, OH

#5 Feb 23, 2009
The problem of animal hoarders is nationwide. Usually women above 40, they become obsessed with collecting animals, convincing themselves that they're "rescuing" them. In reality they often have a house in which none of the utilities work but it is stuffed with dozens of animals, usually in poor condition, often kept warehoused in small cages.

I know of such a case. The house reeked of feces from 100 yards away. The woman involved also stunk from a distance. She had 70 dogs in the house when they busted her. She got a good lawyer and got off, and is back at it, now concentrating on horses instead of dogs.

These stories are rampant. To learn more go to the Humane Society website.
Easter Bunny

Salinas, CA

#6 Feb 23, 2009
Sinajuavi wrote:
The problem of animal hoarders is nationwide. Usually women above 40, they become obsessed with collecting animals, convincing themselves that they're "rescuing" them. In reality they often have a house in which none of the utilities work but it is stuffed with dozens of animals, usually in poor condition, often kept warehoused in small cages.
I know of such a case. The house reeked of feces from 100 yards away. The woman involved also stunk from a distance. She had 70 dogs in the house when they busted her. She got a good lawyer and got off, and is back at it, now concentrating on horses instead of dogs.
These stories are rampant. To learn more go to the Humane Society website.
Any charge for the valuable information that you have provided......
Dissident

Gig Harbor, WA

#7 Feb 23, 2009
Sinajuavi wrote:
I know of such a case. The house reeked of feces from 100 yards away. The woman involved also stunk from a distance. She had 70 dogs in the house when they busted her. She got a good lawyer and got off, and is back at it, now concentrating on horses instead of dogs.
I hope your mother takes better care of those horses than she did with the dogs. But I bet she still stinks.

“Live Free or Die Trying”

Since: Feb 09

Las Cruces

#9 Feb 23, 2009
Sinajuavi wrote:
The problem of animal hoarders is nationwide. Usually women above 40, they become obsessed with collecting animals, convincing themselves that they're "rescuing" them. In reality they often have a house in which none of the utilities work but it is stuffed with dozens of animals, usually in poor condition, often kept warehoused in small cages.
I know of such a case. The house reeked of feces from 100 yards away. The woman involved also stunk from a distance. She had 70 dogs in the house when they busted her. She got a good lawyer and got off, and is back at it, now concentrating on horses instead of dogs.
These stories are rampant. To learn more go to the Humane Society website.
We may not agree on much, but you are absolutely right on this one. Excellent info.
Sinajuavi

United States

#10 Feb 23, 2009
You don't agree with me on other things? Well what the heck is your problem?
Sinajuavi

United States

#11 Feb 23, 2009
PS: Erin go bragh!
Easter Bunny

United States

#12 Feb 24, 2009
Sinajuavi wrote:
You don't agree with me on other things? Well what the heck is your problem?
You are not well liked here. Why don't you consider going somewhere else. O.K. Bye....

Since: Sep 08

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#14 Feb 24, 2009
How long was this going on? Are these "registered breeders" ever inspected?
ZELDA

Hamden, CT

#15 Feb 24, 2009
Sinajuavi wrote:
The problem of animal hoarders is nationwide. Usually women above 40, they become obsessed with collecting animals, convincing themselves that they're "rescuing" them. In reality they often have a house in which none of the utilities work but it is stuffed with dozens of animals, usually in poor condition, often kept warehoused in small cages.
I know of such a case. The house reeked of feces from 100 yards away. The woman involved also stunk from a distance. She had 70 dogs in the house when they busted her. She got a good lawyer and got off, and is back at it, now concentrating on horses instead of dogs.
These stories are rampant. To learn more go to the Humane Society website.
why don't you READ the story, this woman was NOT an animal "horder", she was a "BREEDER"-big difference!
and her license was suspended few yrs back, it's a shame no one was able to keep an updated evaluation on her...what a shame these unfortunate critters had to endure this intolerable conditions.
this woman should have to endure the same living condition that they had to, poor animal had sores on his paws from standing in urine and feces...SAD SAD SAD
this woman was a breeder, this is why animal activists are trying to enlighten people about the PUPPY MILLS
ZELDA

Hamden, CT

#16 Feb 24, 2009
lcirishman wrote:
<quoted text> We may not agree on much, but you are absolutely right on this one. Excellent info.
you are BOTH wrong
READ the story, she was a BREEDER, puppy mill, big difference
KittyKat

Las Cruces, NM

#17 Feb 24, 2009
Puppy Mills need to be shut down. Breeders that are like this one need to be put in jail, and never be allowed to have animals again. This is a very sad story.
Easter Bunny

United States

#18 Feb 25, 2009
Sinajuavi wrote:
Racists don't like me? BOO HOO
Yeah I called you on your crap and now you're petulant and pissy.
In person you'd be feeling a lot worse, I guarantee it.
Anyone who doesn't like what I post is obviously a vile racist hypocrite and traitor. Therefore their opinion is meaningless to me or any sane intelligent and conscious person.
Don't like it? Suck a rock.
Go back to Mexico and take all of your family and friends. Now you are making terrorist threats. You can go to jail for that. I wont report you if you stay off this board. Making "Terrorist Threats" is a crime, try me.
Sinajuavi

Amherst, VA

#19 Feb 25, 2009
Zelda, I know she was a breeder, not a hoarder. I just brought it up because similar results obtain with hoarders... many animals in bad conditions.

The problem of "puppy mills" run by unscrupulous breeders is also a serious one nationwide.

Easter Bunny... I made no threats. You're a liar. I'm not for Mexico.

"Terrorist" lol. That's your favorite word, eh? You're a liar and an imbecile.

Report me NOW you halfwitted fascist. It will be amusing if nothing else.

YOU GO BACK TO EUROPE you vile racist!!! You are not wanted on this continent. It is not your home. YOU are the alien here!!!

I suggest you go downtown and tell every Mexican you see to go back to Mexico. I will enjoy seeing the picture of your battered remains on the front page of the Sentinel.
Sinajuavi

Amherst, VA

#20 Feb 25, 2009
I'm not FROM Mexico, I meant to say. Wow even the great Sinajuavi commits a typo now and then...

Hard to believe, I know...but try to maintain your composure.
highdesertmom

Surprise, AZ

#21 Feb 25, 2009
You two children cool your jets. Shutting down puppy mills is a #1 priority for animal rights groups. Check out any animal rights website (Best Friends, Humane Society, etc) or Google puppy mills and learn the sickening truth behind these operations. Puppies aren't products. Adopt a rescue. Or if you must buy a pure bred puppy, get it from a reputable breeder not a puppy mill or a back yard breeder or a pet store. Pet stores get their puppies from puppy mills no matter what they tell you.
ZELDA

Cromwell, CT

#22 Feb 25, 2009
let me tell you something, there are stories of people of ALL ages trying to help animals on their own...
unfortunately they might not know where to turn for assistance...
I know one time I called an animal rescue group for a friend of mine, guess what? they couldn't take it, they were "full" they said more people call to find a home for their pet VS adopting some they have already taken in...that they were volunteers and could only do so much.
I can't wait to win Lotto and open my shelter!

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