Friday, August 7, 2009

Somewhat of An Update On Spadaro

Things have been happening as a result of my posting about her AWOL. I was contacted by a kennel in the San Fernando Valley and she had "dumped" 25 dogs there. She was to feed and clean, it was not a boarding situation. When the owner contacted me she had not been there for a week and he had taken care of the dogs out of the goodness of his heart. Now it has been almost three weeks since she has shown her face, knowing she is responsible for feeding and watering her dogs. She also "dumped" dogs on a kennel in Lancaster, same thing.

There are actions being taken, although I think it is limited in what they can do presently. Three dogs have died and one case has been confirmed as of yesterday to be parvo. I am waiting for the results of the other two.

Stay tuned for updates as they happen. This woman must be stopped, she has been allowed to torture animals for the last four years while awaiting court. She did show for court yesterday and fired her attorney - again. Another delay. You can access her files at www.co.san-bernardino.ca.us and in the pull down for departments, go to the Superior Court, Case Information. It will direct you. See her numerous offenses other than animal abuse. You can also do the same for her son, Jonathan Spadaro. The apple doesn't fall far from the tree.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why are people not finding homes for these dogs that she abandoned? They had no contract with her.

I can't understand why they would let her leave the dogs with them. Those dogs would have starved if these people had not fed them!

Honesty Helps said...

To answer your question, they can't find homes because the dogs are not their property. They are being advised on placing liens for the money she owes and may be able to get the dogs that way. The kennel owner who contacted me does want to place them with a rescue he knows but legally he can't do that. Plus now with the parvo, it's not looking good.

Melissa said...

Disgusting, hopefully these dogs can end up in good homes, and this psycho is stopped from harming anymore animals.