Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Spadaro Update - What a Fucking Bitch

Seems she is filing more complaints on a personal level against San Bernardino Animal Control and Brian Cronin, the leader of AC.

Spadaro has another kennel now in San Bernardino and is pulling every trick to prevent AC from coming in there. Remember she is an attorney and knows all those tricks.

San Bernardino is getting hit hard in these economic times with pet relinquishment and the last thing their shelter needs is another hoarding situation. But that is what they got in terms of horses. Another hoarder by the name of Hart-Lawson has sprung up. Several of the horses had to be euthanized because of their health on the spot. Twenty seven felony counts have been filed against her, FELONY counts. Yet last week, this bitch and her friend "bashed" animal control for stepping in to stop their cruelty at public forum for the Board of Supervisors meeting.

I ask that anyone reading this blog write to the Board of Supervisors offering support for animal control in stopping this woman. http://www.co.san-bernardino.ca.us/BOS/default.asp
Not too many shelters can handle a shit load of horses who are sick and emaciated. It costs much more to house a horse and a lot more staff time treating these horses. Plus it is obvious that this woman intends to fight which means the horses will have to be held as evidence, overtaxing the shelter probably for months if not years. Spadaro's case has been going on now for over 4 years.

Hoarders are the scourge of the earth. But the newspapers still treat them too mildly, saying they have good hearts. When you see these stories, get in there and voice an opinion that they don't have good hearts, they are evil. I'm sick of having them called sick, mentally. They are abusers, plain and simple.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Maybe the Board of Supervisors needs to know about the Hanson situation.

This is how these hoarders operate.

Honesty Helps said...

The Board does know about it. Hart-Lawson and a friend went before the Board at public forum and said that it was an illegal seizure. Believe no shelter wants to stretch staff time and money to illegally seize 27 horses, it benefits no one. So yes, the Board does know but only in a negative sense, of course. And the taxpayer pays to board these horses because this woman, if she can't afford to feed them, then she can't afford whatever the courts award to the county. Lot's of money here. But the poor staff, that's where the problem lies. Taking their time from trying to place pets, not a good thing.