Florida Officials Pursuing Charges After They See What Residents Left Behind In Hurricane

According to officials, residents in Pahokee and Belle Glade Florida are likely to face criminal charges for abandoning their pets to Hurricane Irma. However, these people also tied their dogs to tress so that they wouldn't be able to flee the coming storm.

According to officials, residents in Pahokee and Belle Glade Florida are likely to face criminal charges for abandoning their pets to Hurricane Irma. These people also tied their dogs to trees so that the pets wouldn’t be able to flee the coming storm.

It is sometimes said that a person’s character is illuminated by the way he or she treats their animals. In a shocking case of abuse and neglect, several pet owners will likely face criminal charges for tying their animals to trees and then leaving them to face Hurricane Irma with no way of escape.

In an act that many people are calling torture, 26 abandoned dogs were removed by authorities who saw the poor beasts chained to trees awaiting the deluge. Residents from a mobile home park in the Glades region had secured 23 of the dogs to trees and vehicles and then fled the coming storm. The additional dogs were found tied up in a similar manner.

Although there are a number of free resources offered on how to take care of a pet during an emergency situation, these unfeeling people obviously thought that rather than allowing their animals the ability to escape, they should be …

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