Lacewell is adamant, saying she wasn't responsible for the dog's bad health, explaining that some of the dogs had come from puppy mills and she was in the process of rehabing them.(IF YOU AREN'T RESPONSIBLE THEN WHO IS??)
She also showcased where the dogs were kept, saying at times things did get a little messy but she always cared for her animals properly.(MESSY? YOU WANT TO CALL IT MESSY?)
"When I got off work, I would come in and usually clean, feed, water and play with them until 4 in the morning," said Lacewell. (LOOKS LIKE YOU DID MORE PLAYING THAN ANYTHING ELSE!)
Now let's hear what the police had to say about the "messy" "No Kill" shelter.
Authorities say at least 100 dogs have been found alive while multiple dogs were found dead.
Since when do you count dead dogs as being messy? "No Kill" strikes again.