Monday, May 9, 2011


This is so unbelievable but one can expect surprises from Kern County, the armpit of California.

A Commissioner on the Kern County Animal Commission is a hoarder. So no wonder the most infamous hoarders chose to locate to Kern. Plus a breeder is also on the commission. I hate animal commissions, they are nothing but trouble. I am in favor of a state operated complaint board instead. I'm still shaking my head on this one.


craven desires said...

disgraceful. the fox is guarding the hen house.

dawn watchus needs to be fired and prosecuted for animal cruelty.

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