Another Animal Hoarding Incident

Thirty-four sick and diseased cats were rescued from the home of Neptune Beach resident Edith Martin Alcorn, 70 years old, last July 7. A warrant was issued for her arrest on October 8 for animal cruelty and animal confinement without sufficient food, water or exercise.

We hear about cases like this all the time in the news and sometimes in our neighborhood. Although animal hoarding is obviously a criminal offense, there are a lot of intricacies in this issue that needs to be understood by the media and the masses to properly address this problem.

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