signed petition and wrote letter. anything else i can do?
November 2, 2008 at 5:07 p.m.
the humane officers did not act improperly, there was a youngstown police officer right by their side when they broke the lock, did he suggest a warrant? How would the prosecutor like to be the one removing the animals from this hell hole? These agents deal with animal cruelty on a daily basis - god bless them!!
October 29, 2008 at 9:19 p.m.
I believe the Humane Agents acted properly. They witnessed the animals in clear danger and acted promptly and appropriately. The men and women employed by animal charities and their volunteers put their heart and sole into protecting and taking care of all animals. I feel that the story line should be about the animals they found dead and the animals they rescued alive and the person that created that situation - not persecuting the Humane Agents for doing their jobs. What would you have done if you were called to that seen? I know I would have jumped over the fence or whatever possible to help the animals. Waiting for the prosecutor to get a search warrant would not have taken an hour - not in Youngstown!! We need to protect Animal Charity, their Humane Officers, the endangered animals. A petition needs to be implemented to do this and prosecute on all 19 charges.
October 28, 2008 at 9:51 p.m.