|06-22-2014 09:38 PM|
|onyx'girl||So much quiet on this case....has it gone to trial yet? If so, what was the outcome?|
|04-23-2014 11:18 AM|
Looks like Kyle is still reporting on this. Sad that is dragging now into June.
Verdeschi, Cella plead not guilty in dog case - The Daily Mail: News
To reach reporter Kyle Adams, call 518-943-2100, ext. 3323, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
|04-21-2014 08:54 PM|
|Msmaria||Breeders and boarders everywhere should get together . This could be coming to a city close to you soon, if this is allowed to happen. Very sad.|
|04-19-2014 08:46 PM|
|04-19-2014 05:17 PM|
Please remember that this is a public forum and anything you post on here can be read by anyone so please do use caution when posting unsubstantiated "facts," and even details and feelings about your own situation. Ultimately that is not going to help remedy this situation.
Something is terribly wrong here and the people affected need to get together as a group, privately, and make a plan of action and then network with other individuals, organizations and groups who might be able to help you.
I think it is very important to get an investigation going through the media and also to go through the attorney general's office and, as Jean suggested the state department of Agriculture. This is outside the jurisdiction of the FBI.
I wish you the best of luck.
|04-19-2014 04:56 PM|
|04-19-2014 01:33 PM|
Does anyone here know who Joyce Ainsworth is?
Is she a Judge at shows?
|04-19-2014 09:45 AM|
|Blanketback||Totally unreal. And I really hate the fact that some people think that what they did was fine, as far as placing the dogs with their friends and associates. Yes, I agree that having to house 39 dogs all at one time would have been tough, but WHY were the rescues that stepped up to help turned away? That's telling of the situation right there, say no more. This is so disgusting.|
|04-19-2014 09:39 AM|
I am sure there is an "action team" on the news stations there who goes for this kind of thing. Durham, New York (NY 12423) profile: population, maps, real estate, averages, homes, statistics, relocation, travel, jobs, hospitals, schools, crime, moving, houses, news list of stations at the bottom. Problem is - where is the sympathetic character in all of this - the only ones are the dogs, so I'd be looking for an animal advocate not related to any of the people in this situation (the shelter or the owners of these dogs) to tell this story, because no one who cares about dogs (and it will be people in NYS who will matter most in terms of policy) can relate to anyone who deals with their dogs like this. Bringing out the injustice of dogs being taken and not going to homes where they will be loved companions, but being (sold? given away? not following procedure that is for sure - and is sub-set and a huge angle that is the underlying story) used to make money for other people - that will not sit well with people and that's the story to be told.
While I still feel that the dogs were in horrible conditions and that was inexcusable (opened the door to all. of. this.) I am equally sickened by this turn of events.
In other areas, the landlord would have gone in, gotten horrified, called animal control, dogs would be seized, released by owner or not, and then things would have gone from there with good rescues and the shelter (likely shelter - adoptable dogs up their stats) speutering all before adoption if the dogs were turned over or not returned.
|04-19-2014 12:13 AM|
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