Frenchtown Family Found to be Hoarding Animals

Frenchtown Family Found to be Hoarding Animals

Eva Petschauer, 61 years old, and her two daughters Jessica Powylan-Petschauer (25) and Kristina Powlyn-Petschauer (18) are facing criminal charges after the police found 3 dead farm animals and 30 more alive but in terrible condition at their borough home.

According to the New Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, the house was in a putrid state where animal feces and urine were everywhere. Aside from that, all the animals were found to be suffering from fleas and worms; and were not given enough food and water.

During the raid, the authorities found two dead sheep and a lamb in a shed within the property. One of the dogs they hoarded was also in severe condition with its right eye already removed, and another suffering from an ear infection without any medical attention given by the hoarders.

The Frenchtown family will be facing two counts of animal cruelly.

Read Frenchtown family hoarded animals, lived in ‘deplorable’ conditions, authorities say.

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