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post #141 of 325 Old 02-02-2013, 10:08 PM
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That is really too bad. They had a chance to make a difference.
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post #142 of 325 Old 02-03-2013, 11:39 AM
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Any updates on this case?
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post #143 of 325 Old 02-03-2013, 07:55 PM
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Their website says they are in the process of relocating and will be updated soon.....has it said that for awhile or has it been updated recently? I am seriously hoping she did not get out of this somehow..... Shatormar Arabians I believe the punishments for animal cruelty are not strong enough - I am currently dealing with a situation w/ my neighbors and their dogs.....
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post #144 of 325 Old 02-03-2013, 08:04 PM
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The horses that are still alive have been relocated to animal control facilities. Tory, the owner, has been relocated to the county jail. So I guess it is true that they have been relocating.

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post #145 of 325 Old 02-03-2013, 08:20 PM
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Let's hope her "rear end" stays in the county jail for a good long time - (excuse my language, but animal abuse is a biggy with me) This coming from someone who lives in a place where such abuse is plastered all over the news, and I've driven 80 miles (round trip) to donate time and supplies for horses I saw on the news. (only went for a day) - I've lovingly brushed/groomed/kissed/hugged 3 that were basically "skeletons with hair on" and were sooooo hungry for that love! Happy endings in this past year for them all, so I've found out - healthy, recovered, and placed in good loving forever homes! :)
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post #146 of 325 Old 02-03-2013, 08:26 PM
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I think county jail would be a bit easy on her. I hope she goes to a state correctional facility. She knew she was doing wrong by her horses. I also think there should be some penalty toward PA animal control and humane society for their total lack of doing something about an ongoing situation they knew about. The majority, if not all of these horses would be alive today, if they had done their job when they were called by far more than one or two individuals. They didn't take care of business.
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post #147 of 325 Old 02-03-2013, 08:56 PM
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I also think there should be some penalty toward PA animal control and humane society for their total lack of doing something about an ongoing situation they knew about. The majority, if not all of these horses would be alive today, if they had done their job when they were called by far more than one or two individuals. They didn't take care of business.
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I agree, Pa's ac is very lacking, i've called and made complaints several times, and nothing happened. I was infuriated. Only local SPCA will come out and do anything.
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post #148 of 325 Old 02-03-2013, 10:08 PM
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It seems to me that all that the humane society does is raise funds and angle for contributions. I believe I read somewhere that around .06% of funds raised are used for the care of animals, and the rest of their several million in revenue is used for "administration," and raising funds, commercials on tv and the like. Monumental scam.
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post #149 of 325 Old 02-04-2013, 04:36 PM
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Small update, my friend, who lived with Tory, talked to the prosecutor about the Bourbon horses. It looks like bourbons cabellero and BA spanish Folly are among the dead. But the prosecutor said he is working toward getting any of Cyndy's horses back to her. Tory was living in a camper, so I guess her mother and probably son were no longer with her. The haflingers seem to have survived, or most of them. He asked my friend so many questions. Me thinks Tory won't see the daylight for many a day.
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post #150 of 325 Old 02-04-2013, 04:38 PM
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One would hope so.

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