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13 Cats, Two Dogs Are Rescued

Animals  (tags: Animal Hoarding, cats, dogs, suffering, protection, pets, humans, environment, AnimalWelfare, abuse, cruelty, society, law, habitat )

- 3747 days ago -
Once inside, officials discovered the cats and dogs and animal excrement piled up throughout the house, according to the Humane Society. The neighbor's cat was not among those in the home. "When you have no family, my parents died, you focus more

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Marian E (152)
Sunday February 17, 2008, 12:08 am

Really, there is no reason for the excrement to pile up. If she took proper care of the animals, there wouldn't be a problem. Why is it that the people we call hoarders always have a problem with cleanliness? Would they be called hoarders if they cleaned up after the animals and provided proper care or would they just be people with a lot of pets?

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ROBIN M (312)
Sunday February 17, 2008, 9:22 am
You almost have to feel sorry for her since she broke her probation maybe she can go into a manditory mental hospital for a couple of years at least. She should have never let it get that bad. She doesn't probably have any friends, animals were all there were if she had friends they definatly would have reported it. I say a mental hospital is the best place for her. The animals have to live in discust and the horder also has to live in discust. It is a sad world
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