Pennsylvania High Court: SPCA Can Be Sued over Dog Deaths

December 31, 2009

  • January 5, 2010 at 5:01 am
    PA Resid says:
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    1) the “owner” was living at the house -off and on- and the animals showed signs of injury and neglect – most likely vicious animals – or unadoptable due to their breed (unless to a drug dealer…)
    2) Have you ever been to Reading PA???? What a freaking armpit of society… I’m sure she’s right back to her same M.O. – what do you bet she has a half-dozen more in the same condition…

  • March 23, 2010 at 12:19 pm
    Laila Snead says:
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    Actually, no, I do not currently have any dog at all, nor have I ever been a drug dealer. Further this occurred in Philadelphia, and 4 of the dogs were dogs I had rescued not even a month before this happened, 2 of them just 2 weeks prior.
    Rescued from drug dealing dog fighters and crack heads.
    Get your facts straight.
    The ONLY reason my dogs weren’t adoptable is because the PSPCA had a blanket kill policy regarding pit bulls at the time.

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