Tuesday, May 31, 2011


This one makes you sick at heart. Note that this shelter took "castoffs from no kill shelters". How many more animals have to suffer to satisfy Nathan Winograd's ego? He talks about open door shelters when he needs to be cleaning up his own creations.


BUFFALO, N.Y. — A former animal rescue worker wanted in Georgia following the discovery of dozens of animal carcasses on her property was awaiting extradition Monday after being picked up at the U.S.-Canadian border.

Christiane Babic, 39, also known as Christiane Judd, arrived with her three sons at the Peace Bridge border crossing in Buffalo on Saturday after being denied entry into Canada. When records revealed that the German citizen is wanted in Long County, Ga., U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents turned her over to Buffalo police, agency officials said.

Judd, who authorities say is in the United States on an expired visitor visa, ran a 10-acre animal rescue operation with her husband in Ludowici, Ga., until earlier this month, when she called another rescue group to say she was leaving town. When workers arrived to look after the animals, they found dozens of dead cats and dogs, some of them in cages.

Investigators found roughly 70 carcasses at Loonie Farms, including at least four dogs that had starved to death. Some of the animals may have died from illness or been euthanized and not properly disposed of at the facility, which accepted castoffs from no-kill shelters and private residents, investigators said.

At least, Whino, the open door shelters don't let animals die in such a fashion. The blood of these animals are on your hands.