Florida Woman Faces Multiple Criminal Raps For Hoarding Pet Animals

Florida Woman Faces Multiple Criminal Raps For Hoarding Pet AnimalsA woman in Florida could spend substantial time in jail after she was caught hoarding 53 different pet animals and abandoned them at the parking lot of a grocery store in Pasco County, Fla. According to reports, Frances Terry Evans, 52,  is slapped with  53 counts of animal abandonment and 53 counts of animal cruelty by the veterinary office in Florida for keeping such many pets inside her home and subsequently abandoning them in the process.
The local veterinarian’s office said they were investigating Evans after hearing reports that she is keeping many pets inside her house. To evade arrest, Evans reportedly packed the pets into plastic boxes with holes drilled in them and hid the boxes in a Publix parking lot, hoping to retrieve them after county officials had left. The veterinarians said that due to the illegal act of Evans, 39 cats had to be euthanized since all of them suffered from distress after they were abandoned in the parking lot.
Having animals as pets is a normal thing but keeping too many of them is just absurd. This story should serve as an example that everything in excess is indeed very bad especially if it pertains to pet animals who needs all the love and care from its owners. To read the full story of this article, take time to visit this link now.

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