Friday, February 4, 2011

Animal Hoarding Cases Reach Courtrooms Weekly

Cases involving large numbers of animals living in filthy homes reach central Ohio courtrooms every week, 10TV's Shayla Reaves reported Thursday.

Hoarding is an undercover addiction, with many animals found living in filthy homes, with limited space or food to eat.

Some cases date back to 2002, when 41 animals were removed from a Columbus home. In another case, 75 pets were removed.." More & photos


Anonymous said...

Animal hoarding doesn't just occur with cats and dogs, but horses and other animals as well. It destroys animals lives and peoples lives. Check out what happened to one man whose animal hoarding partner won't even entertain the concept of selling any of her horses despite the fact they are financially destroying the family. The man, now basically living on the streets blogs about it at

gia said...

Hi Anonymous,
Thank you for your comment. My blog does focus more on domestic animals vs. livestock - true. I wish I had the time to include more, but I have to limit my postings, or nothing else in life would get done. I hope you understand.
Thank you VERY much for including the link to the COM blog site. I have left him a comment.
Too many families fall victims to mental illnesses, COM's in a car with no blankets? I bet her horses are more comfortable than he is - cruel and mentally disturbed.
Again, thank you for posting.