Originally Posted by TessaMay
Just disgusting and sad. The thing I want to know most is why she was allowed to purchase more horses when she was already undergoing trial for animal cruelty. In other cases I've seen, the person undergoing trail is usually banned from obtaining any more animals, at least while the trial is going on. Then again, maybe she did have a ban and simply ignored it.
Possibly, they didn't or couldn't ban her until she was convicted. Or she just ignored it.
We rescued 3 mares in the spring from about 150 that were seized from a guy. He had over 250 and over 100 had died. Most before they were seized. They starved and had no water source. Many had horrible hooves. He had hay but sold it when prices went up. He got some hay from a neighbor and was selling it, even before he had paid for it. I don't know if this guy was rich but he was well off financially. He was still buying horses only 6 months before the horses were seized. He knew the horses were dying because the dead bodies were being piled up.
Some people are just not right in their head! Posted via Mobile Device