Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Nearly 100 animals seized, activist want stricter laws.

MERIDIAN - Animal rights activists are asking for stricter animal cruelty laws after nearly a hundred animals were seized form a home in Payette County.

"These are two more over here," said Debbie Vance, Director of Shelter at the Idaho Humane Society.

Vance has since taken charge of some of the animals who are staying at the Rescue Ranch in Meridian.

"They need special feed. They need special care and the grace of God. There's no guarantee they'll survive, but we'll do our best," she said.

One horse didn't make it.

"There has to be something to protect the animals before they get this far down the road," said State Representative Vander Woude of Kuna..." More

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