Northampton County Woman Sentenced On Animal Cruelty Charges After More Than 100 Animals Seized From Property
Forty-seven-year-old Roseanne Yost, of Upper Nazareth Township, apparently had more than 100 animals – including pigeons, cats, dogs and chickens – living in a “filthy” shed on her property.
The PSPCA filed charges of animal cruelty against Enoch on Nov. 4, 2014, and a court date is pending.
A central New Jersey dog trainer who severely beat a canine that died while in his care has sentenced to five years in prison.
Authorities in Atlantic County say a 51-year-old Egg Harbor Township man is headed to jail for brutally beating a dog to death earlier this year.
An elderly woman has pleaded no contest to animal cruelty charges in what authorities say was a cat-hoarding situation in Hollywood icon Grace Kelly’s childhood home.
The Pennsylvania SPCA is investigating a report of animal cruelty in Philadelphia’s Germantown neighborhood.
One of the country’s largest veal and lamb companies was temporarily barred from processing meat after federal officials viewed secretly shot video showing animals being treated inhumanely at its New Jersey slaughterhouse.
Marjorie Bamont, 82, was charged on October 31st of this year with animal cruelty, after the PSPCA found 14 live cats, one dead cat, and one dog in the home.
Two suspects have been arrested for setting a cat on fire on Sunday, November 10th in the Olney section of the city.
There’s good news for a pit bull puppy who had his ears cut off by an abusive owner.
Gabriel Pilotti of West Vincent Township argued that he was justified in turning his shotgun on the two Bernese Mountain dogs because he thought they were after his sheep.
Middle Township Police Department responded to the Animal Welfare Society in Dias Creek for a report of a dog that had been shot with BBs.
It is a shocking case of animal cruelty that has left neighbors stunned.
A Chester County man who shot and killed his neighbors’ two dogs in February was found guilty of animal cruelty Wednesday.
William Cameron, 80, and Betty Jones, 61, of Bedminster are prohibited from having any animals on their property during their nine-year probation.