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print email Source: Editorial: Guilty verdict reached in neglect, animal cruelty case
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November 14, 2013 | 11:11 PM

Every last animal in our home has been FULLY vetted and has all legal vaccinations (rabies) and wellness shots / heartworm preventative and regular dentals. Obviously, if they are sick they see the vet as well. Apparently the animals in this situation did NOT have their vaccines and 30/36 cats were underweight, most substantially. To boot none even had rabies shots? Excuse me, 2 ferals that may well have gotten those for free through a feral program. I can't see that they were vetted as it was told previously since I don't know a vet that will let that many animals go without the bare minimum. This is sad. This is very sad. And even worse it appears that the blame was placed on everyone except the parents including their own kids.

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