Animal Hoarding Home a Health Nuisance

Animal Hoarding Home a Health NuisanceOver 150 animals, were removed from a home on Chadbourne Drive by the Humane Society of Greater Dayton. The home was declared a health nuisance. According to Montgomery County Auditor’s records, the house is owned by Janet Simpson and Cynthia Domansky of Dayton.
“These animals were removed because many appeared to be sick and are being kept in unsafe and unsanitary living conditions,” said Sheila Marquis, the Humane Society of Greater Dayton’s humane agent, in a statement. “In hoarding cases like this, owners typically have a strong love for animals, but become overwhelmed by their circumstances. I think this is what we are dealing with in this case as well.”
Animals in the property included rabbits, horse, pigeons and chickens. The property falls under R-4 in the city’s zoning map. Agricultural animals are not permitted to be kept or maintained on properties that are under that designation, according to the city’s code.
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