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Missouri Man Allegedly Purchased Cats on Craigslist, Then Strangled Them

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'free to a Good Home' = Death and Despair on Craigslist

If you’ve ever browsed Craigslist, you’ve likely seen ads offering animals “free to a good home” or for sale via a “re-homing” fee. These ads, commonly seen in the “pets” section of Craigslist, on Facebook community pages, or in the classified section of newspapers, have proved to be extremely dangerous—and in some cases, deadly—to animals. Although Craigslist prohibits the sale of animals on its site, it still allows animals to be given away for free or via a small “re-homing” fee. (

Ads in Craigslist’s “pets” Section Are a Magnet for Animal Abusers, As These Cases Illustrate:

August 2021/Erie, Pennsylvania: ErieNewsNow.com reported that authorities were “working on more potential charges for an Erie woman accused of hoarding more animals just months after dozens were taken from her home.” A humane society had reportedly taken in 22 animals from the residence, including guinea pigs, kittens, rabbits, and rats. According to the report, the woman “already faces 90 animal cruelty and neglect charges from May. Animal cruelty officers took 46 animals from her home then. Officials at the Humane Society also said they believe [the accused] was getting this new crop of animals from Craigslist and said it is a good reminder to always do your homework when trying to rehome an animal.” A spokesperson for the group reportedly said, “There’s numerous shelters in the area. I know sometimes we’re full, and it may be a few days before we can take [someone] in but look for a shelter because we really do our homework when we look at where we put animals.” The woman was reportedly out of jail on bond and prohibited from keeping any animals as a condition of her bond. GoErie.com reported that when authorities seized 46 animals from the woman’s custody in May, the majority of them had been found “locked two per cage around their own feces and urine, and suffered from medical conditions,” according to an investigator. The report went on to say, “The investigation stemmed from an animal cruelty complaint” in which “two people said they witnessed a woman—believed to be [the accused]—in the backyard stomping a dog in the head.” Reportedly, no one was home when officers arrived but when they knocked on the door and looked inside, they could see a number of animals in cages. The investigator said, “It was just horribly unsanitary conditions that these animals were forced to live in. Many had flea infestations, skin and ear infections, internal parasites, deformities and respiratory infections.”

 

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