Saturday, June 3, 2017

Fincher, Stacey

http://rescuescams.blogspot.com/2017/06/spokane-mastiff-rescue-and-pet.html

Davis, Ashley

"In Cobb County, Georgia, warrants were issued on Thursday to arrest the woman who abandoned two dogs at a home and left them to starve to death. In a heartbreaking animal cruelty case dating back to December 2016, Ashley Davis is alleged to have left the dogs for 16 days with no food or water. She faces multiple charges of aggravated animal cruelty and abandonment of animals. According to Fox5Atlanta, a  blind  bulldog dog named Simpson and Lucky, a deaf pitbull mix were originally “rescued” by Davis who stated she wanted to help dogs with disabilities:
“They were tortured by lack of feeding,” stated Detective Steve Hammond. “She moved out of her residence and left the two dogs behind.”
When the dogs were discovered, Lucky weighed only 31 pounds, and veterinarians were not even sure the dog would survive. " Continue reading article here https://petrescuereport.com/2017/warrants-arrest-woman-abandoned-deaf-blind-rescue-dogs/

St Clare, Kathryn

Kathryn St. Clare

"Inside the vehicle she was hoarding 41 cats and the remains of one that had died. Since the arrest, more cats have died while others have given birth." and

"St. Clare has a prior conviction in Snohomish County, Washington, where authorities found her hoarding more than 100 cats in a recreational trailer." 

For full article http://www.khq.com/story/35571628/woman-who-hoarded-cats-in-car-pleads-guilty-to-neglect

Burbans, Susanna Dawn

"An Alabama mail carrier has been charged after authorities say she fed at least one dog meatballs that contained nails.
AL.com reports (http://bit.ly/2rMttnw ) that 47-year-old Susanna Dawn Burhans was arrested Thursday and charged with aggravated cruelty to animals, a felony that carries up to 10 years behind bars if convicted." Article continued here http://wsvn.com/news/us-world/mail-carrier-arrested-for-feeding-dog-meatballs-with-nails/


Sunday, April 2, 2017

Arnold, Zac

Forever Loved Pet Rescue by Krystal Wildheart aka Krystal Lee & Zac Arnold

Bark Party pulled Charo from Carson shelter for Forever Loved Pet Rescue. Charo had $1,000 in pledges.  Rescue then euth'd the dog.  

Monti Rio
"This dog was killed...woman who pulled him is being investigated :'(
Krystal Wildheart (forever loved pets rescue) , threw this poor dog immediately in with other dogs, no time to destress from the trauma.
*****
I spoke with a friend who volunteers with Carson, she said they are all devastated and this woman is being investigated..AC has been called...Charo was one of their favorites :'(
There are many good rescues, pls do your due diligence to ensure those that rescue have a...
JUSTICE for CHARO!!"


Arnold, Krystal Lee aka Krystal Wildheart

Forever Loved Pet Rescue by Krystal Wildheart aka Krystal Lee & Zac Arnold

Bark Party pulled Charo from Carson shelter for Forever Loved Pet Rescue. Charo had $1,000 in pledges.  Rescue then euth'd the dog.  

Monti Rio
"This dog was killed...woman who pulled him is being investigated :'(
Krystal Wildheart (forever loved pets rescue) , threw this poor dog immediately in with other dogs, no time to destress from the trauma.
*****
I spoke with a friend who volunteers with Carson, she said they are all devastated and this woman is being investigated..AC has been called...Charo was one of their favorites :'(
There are many good rescues, pls do your due diligence to ensure those that rescue have a...
JUSTICE for CHARO!!"


McDonnell, Kimberly

Dec 2016

"On the weekend of November 12th 2016 a group of women led by Kimberly McDonnell from the Waterloo Region traveled just over 7 hours with a livestock trailer to Long Point First Nations Reserve in Winneway, Quebec. This was Kim's second "mission trip" to the reserve in a matter of weeks.
Upon arriving there this time, they allegedly picked up over a dozen dogs from families living in Winneway, promising to return some of them in a few weeks after they had been properly vetted, spayed and neutered and vaccinated. With a population of approximately 500 people, access to adequate veterinary care can be difficult. Because of this, some remote communities like Winneway develop a stray dog problem.
Kim was welcomed into the community as an "animal saver" and a woman with the desire to help improve the lives of the animals on this remote area. She even created a GoFundMe page to help cover the costs of this trip https://www.gofundme.com/quebec-dogs.
Little did the community members know, Kimberly McDonnell would not be returning with any dogs. No surrender forms were signed by the people of Winneway, they truly believed that Kim was acting in good faith, as a good person and animal lover.
To date, 8 families have come forward stating that Kim promised to return with their dogs.
Four of these dogs have made it home.
There are still 4 dogs missing, presumably being hidden by Kimberly McDonnell and her friend Carrie Faulkener.
At this point in time, several hard-working individuals and rescues are working diligently to spread the word across Ontario in hopes to locate these missing dogs and return them to their rightful owners.
Toopy - a 7-year-old male Labrador Retriever Mix with facial scars
Oscar - a mixed breed dog, last known location was Wagtime Kennels in Kitchener, Ontario.
Please share this post far and wide to help bring these missing dogs home to their rightful owners.
This is completely unacceptable behaviour and not at all okay in the world of rescue. There are appropriate channels that individuals can take if they believe that the welfare of an animal is in jeopardy." https://www.facebook.com/CanadianRescueWatch/posts/1644931375800119