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Old 02-19-2009, 06:14 PM   #1
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Default [News] Missouri Humane Society rescues 360 dogs, a cat and a tiger in Seneca County

Missouri Humane Society rescues 150 dogs and a tiger

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SENECA, Mo. | More than 150 dogs and a Bengal tiger have been rescued from a substandard dog-breeding facility near Seneca.

The Missouri Humane Society says its action Thursday in Newton County marks its second major puppy mill rescue in less than a week.

The dogs include 30 puppies and four pregnant animals. The adult tiger was taken to the zoo in Springfield.

The dogs' cages were covered with animal waste, and the animals had no food or water.

On Feb. 13, the group rescued 100 Yorkies in Greene County.

The Newton County breeder has prior animal welfare violations. But a state seizure of 150 dogs two years ago did not result in charges.

The rescued dogs will be treated and housed in St. Louis pending a March 9 custody hearing.

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Tiger seized as part of puppy mill raid in Seneca, Missouri

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By Sheila Stogsdill - Tulsa World
Published: February 19, 2009


SENECA, Mo. -- A 175- pound Bengal tiger was among the hundreds of animals seized at a Missouri puppy mill on Thursday near the Oklahoma border.

Bond’s Kennel is located two miles north of Seneca on the Ottawa County line. Authorities seized over 200 small full-breed dogs and anticipated rescuing efforts would continue into the evening and Friday.

The Newton County Sheriff department confirmed the owner, Jewell Bond, has not been arrested nor in custody.

The Humane Society of Missouri said in a prepared statement the types of dogs seized were Chihuahuas, Boston Terriers, Miniature Pinchers, Losa Opsas, Pomeranians, Westies, Huskies, Chow Chows, and Shar Peis.

The long-haired breeds appear to have matted, overgrown hair and approximately 30 of the dogs are puppies and about four are pregnant, said Katie Zeidman, agency spokeswoman.

The animals’ wire-bottom cages are observed to be covered with feces and urine with no visible food and their water was frozen, she said.

The state agency reported in January 2006, the USDA levied $10,000 worth of fines for multiple violations within the Animal Welfare Act against the kennel. In July 2007 the state seized 150 dogs from the property and sold them at a private auction, the agency reported.

The proceeds were given to the owner and no charges were filed, according to the statement.

The malnourished Bengal tiger was found in an outdoor 12-by-15-foot cage with dirt floors behind the kennel, said Dr. Ben Leavens, a veterinarian and owner of Main Street Pet Care in Joplin.

“The tiger should have weighed about 400 pounds,” Leavens said. Leavens said kennel which has been operational for about 30 years was being operated without a license, he said.

Northeast Oklahoma and southwest Missouri has 10 more times the kennels than any other part of the county.

“This (kennel) represents just one or two percent of the breeders in the area,” Leavens said.

Leavens said it will two weeks before the dogs will be available for adoption.

The tiger’s cage was covered with feces and there was an inadequate amount of dog food thrown into the pen along with a couple of possums, he said.

The Newton County Sheriff’s department confirmed dog corpses were also found in the tiger cage.

The female tiger is believed to be around 9 years old and has been with the kennel owner since it was a cub, Leavens said. After the tiger was sedated, Leavens said he noticed the tiger had several health issues, including boils on its paws after standing in urine and feces.

“They said they were afraid of the tiger,” Leavens said, referring to the kennel owners.

The tiger also seemed to be suffering from wounds, but Leavens said he was not sure of the wounds origins.

The tiger is under the care of the Springfield. Mo., zoo and then will be transported to the World Tiger Sanctuary in St. Louis, he said.
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I was just watching this on Oprah, that was the worst! Some of those dogs were so matted that they could not move their limbs. I was in tears! They were so shaky on the show as they were nervous and had never been socialized or outside of a 2 x 2 in crate...Terrible...
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I was just watching this on Oprah, that was the worst! Some of those dogs were so matted that they could not move their limbs. I was in tears! They were so shaky on the show as they were nervous and had never been socialized or outside of a 2 x 2 in crate...Terrible...
was she doing this as a part of her Friday live show? How much time did they spend on this and the horrors of puppy mills? She's not on until 4 pm & I'm not sure I'll be home to watch it. Did she happen to mention the 93 yorkies that were also saved in Missouri last week?
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You know what? That is what she was talking about was the 90 yorkies in missouri. It was towards the end of the show and each one of the hosts were holding one... What's up with missouri?
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You know what? That is what she was talking about was the 90 yorkies in missouri. It was towards the end of the show and each one of the hosts were holding one... What's up with missouri?
Missouri is one of the worst, if not the worst puppy mill state. It is horrendous - but hopefully these 2 busts will help put the spotlight on the problem & cause the lawmakers to do something serious!
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This is like 15 minutes from me! I didn't hear about this!!! CRAZY!!!
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the rescue from this mill must be complete now - those early news reports must not have been complete.

Tiger and 360 dogs rescued

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A Bengal tiger rescued from a dog-breeding facility near Seneca Thursday is emaciated, lame in its back legs and has fur in very poor condition, said Melinda Arnold, a spokesperson for Dickerson Park Zoo.

But Sheena -- one of more than 350 animals seized from the facility -- was comfortable around rescuers when they approached, Arnold said . Zoo staffers were able to sedate Sheena for transport .

"She is in our quarantine now," said Arnold. "That's standard procedure with all our new animals ... , to make sure they aren't sick and spread something to other animals."

The tiger, who is about 9 years old and is declawed, was taken along with a domestic cat and more than 360 dogs from J.B's Precious Puppies by the Humane Society of Missouri and the Newton County Sheriff's department, the Humane Society said in a news release.

Debbie Hill, the vice-president of operations for the Humane Society, said the sheriff's department in Newton County received a tip about the facility from someone who went to purchase a dog there. The tipster was shown a dog that did not look well, and so the customer asked to see other dogs, and was refused. That made the person suspicious, said Hill.

The dogs will be taken to the Humane Society's headquarters in St. Louis for triage. This rescue comes just days after the Humane Society took in 100 Yorkies from a breeding facility in Greene County.

Dogs rescued from the Seneca facility included small-breed dogs including chihuahuas, Boston terriers, miniature pinchers, Lhasa apsos, Pomeranians and Westies, according to the news release. There were also 25 to 30 large breeds including huskies, chow- chows and Shar Peis.

Many of the dogs are puppies, about four are pregnant and the long-haired breeds appear to have matted, overgrown hair, a news release said.

Task force staff reported that the animals' wire-bottom cages were covered with feces and urine, there was no visible food and their water was frozen. A March 9 custody hearing has been scheduled to determine who should take care of the animals.

Public information indicates that the breeder has had previous violations, the Humane Society release said. In January 2006, the U.S. Department of Agriculture levied $10,000 worth of fines against the breeder for multiple violations within the Animal Welfare Act, the news release said.

In 2007, the state seized 150 dogs from the property and sold them at a private auction. The proceeds were given to the owner. No charges were filed at that time .

Thursday evening, when the number of animals seized that day was believed to be about 200, Hill said the Humane Society headquarters in St. Louis was a large enough facility to house the animals from the two rescues. But the group is also asking for help.

It was unclear whether the group can accommodate the total of more than 350 animals taken, in addition to the dogs from the Greene County raid.

"So far, we are able to cope. But we are calling all hands on deck to our volunteers who assist us," she said.

At Dickerson Park Zoo, staff are giving Sheena food, water and antibiotics, and are waiting on results of blood tests.

Visitors to the zoo will not be able to visit Sheena, said Arnold. The plan is that sometime next week, she will be transferred to a cat sanctuary south of St. Louis.
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Ok, the story doesn't say anything about yorkies at this mill. BUT, there are pictures of yorkies being rescued!!

Here is a link to a photo gallery of this rescue -- be warned they are bad -- the tiger was about more than I could handle

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Southwest Mo. woman charged in puppy mill case

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ST. LOUIS A dog breeder was charged Friday with two misdemeanor counts of animal abuse after authorities rescued more than 200 dogs, a cat and a Bengal tiger from her southwest Missouri facility.

Newton County prosecutor Jacob Skouby filed the charges against Margaret J. Bond, 66. They are misdemeanors because Bond has no prior convictions, Skouby said.

The Seneca woman is not in custody and no bond was set. She has no listed phone number, and no attorney has come forward on her behalf.

On Thursday, the county, the Humane Society of Missouri, the state Department of Agriculture and Dickerson Park Zoo in Springfield removed 208 dogs, a domestic cat and a Bengal tiger from her property.

She faces a fine of up to $1,000 and up to a year in jail for each count.

A probable cause statement said rescuers found the dogs sitting in feces and urine, without food or water, many of them crammed together into single cages. Their hair was matted or contaminated with animal waste, the document said. Some were hairless. Dog food bags held skeletal remains of dogs and puppies, the affidavit said.

The affidavit said the tiger was caged and malnourished to the point that its ribs were showing. It also said the animal's hair had mud and feces and its paws were infected from exposure to animal waste. It had no food or water, the document said.

The Missouri Department of Agriculture said it suspended Bond's breeder's license and seized more than 150 animals in July 2007.

The department has taken 22 enforcement actions on substandard Missouri breeding facilities since January alone, rescuing 920 animals, spokeswoman Misti Preston said.

The Humane Society of Missouri is housing and caring for the Seneca animals at its St. Louis facility, pending the outcome of a March 9 disposition hearing. The agency is making an urgent appeal for dog food, blankets, towels, newspapers and dog toys, as well as cash donations.

It was the Humane Society's second rescue of animals from a Missouri puppy mill in less than a week.

More than 100 dogs, mostly Yorkshire Terriers, were rescued Feb. 13 from an unlicensed, facility near Pleasant Hope.

Humane Society President Kathy Warnick - and some of the Yorkshire Terriers - were on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" show Friday in a segment that focused on the rescue.
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All this is just crazy. My wife and I are doing some research on another puppy mill in Missouri. When we bought a sick dog from there it concerned us. We fig that it could have just been one of those things that happens. The pet store paid us our money back but now I have been hearing of all kinds of folks that have bought sick puppys from this pet store. If we find enough evidence that they are running a mill and we are sure we will be reporting this place. I believe that we have no idea how many of these are around. I think everyone that wants to help in Missouri or anywhere in the country should do is find your local pet store and go in and check it out. If you can't find out where they are getting there pups from then try to do some research like get on topix.com and ask a simple question like " does anyone know anything about ____ pet store or who sells them there pups?". I bet you folks will reply and tell you all about it. I also bet that 90 percent if not more of the pet store are getting there pups from a puppymill. I can also bet you will get a great response from who purchased pups and what there experience was like. At that time you can take action by finding the address and checking them out.
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Go look at his picture - so much improved in just 6 days!!

02/25/2009 - Rescued tiger is moving closer to St. Louis - STLtoday.com

Rescued tiger is moving closer to St. Louis

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02/25/2009

ST. LOUIS -- The Bengal tiger rescued last week from a reputed Missouri puppy mill, where police believe it had been fed the carcasses of dead puppies, is on its way to a tiger sanctuary 50 miles south of St. Louis.

Judy McGee, founder of the National Tiger Sanctuary near Bloomsdale, Mo., picked up the tiger up from the Dickerson Park Zoo in Springfield, Mo., on Wednesday afternoon and was hoping to have it back to her five-acre grounds by nightfall. She said it will cost about $15 a day to feed the tiger, which eventually would need its own cage and habitat costing $10,000.

Sheena, who is a 9-year-old tiger, will be housed indoors at the sanctuary in quarantine. "She probably will never run with other tigers," McGee said. "She may have problems with her vision and probably wouldn't get along with other tigers."
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The sanctuary has six other tigers and one cougar at the Bloomsdale location. If the tiger's owner loses custody at a hearing next month, only then would the sanctuary go to the expense of building a separate cage and habitat, McGee said. Other costs could include surgery if a vet determines the tiger has bladder stones.

The futures of the Bengal tiger and the 208 dogs confiscated in the raid last Thursday will be decided March 9 at a hearing in Newton County. At that hearing, a judge will determine if there was sufficient evidence to remove the animals from their owner, Jewel Bond, and if she should get them back. She'd have to post a bond to cover the cost of their care and treatment -- costs that could run into the six figures.

WHAT THE RAID UNCOVERED

When rescuers went to confiscate the animals Thursday from J.B.'s Precious Puppies in Seneca, Mo., they found the dogs had automatic feeders in their cages, but the automatic watering system was broken. Some of the dogs had water that was frozen. About 95 percent of the dogs had no water. A veterinarian said some appeared dehydrated, and two puppy carcasses, primarily bones and hair, were found in the tiger's cage. Police assume the tiger was fed dead puppies. But Bond, the tiger's owner, told The Joplin Globe on Monday that she fed Sheena frozen chickens and cat food. She said she fed the tiger all she could eat, but that the tiger always was on the slim side. "I loved the tiger dearly," she told the Globe.

Jewel Bond, who ran the Precious Puppies business, is charged with two misdemeanors of animal abuse -- one count covering the tiger, the other covering the dogs. She could not be reached to comment Wednesday. The court file does not list a lawyer representing her. And the prosecutor said he doesn't know if she plans to try to get the animals back. If she wants them back, she'd have to post a bond to cover the cost of their care and treatment until the court case is decided.

Zookeepers who have held the tiger since Thursday's raid say the tiger is faring better and eating about 10 pounds of bovine meat a day. She's even putting on weight, said Melinda Arnold with the Dickerson Park Zoo in Springfield. The tiger weighed only 175 pounds -- half of what it should weigh -- when she was removed from the Seneca property. But McGee, who will care for the tiger at the sanctuary, said the tiger also had parasites, is on antibiotics and having some trouble eating.

"She's having trouble eating because of the blisters on her tongue," McGee said. "She had blisters on her tongue from infection and boils on her paws because she was kept in a small cage and had to walk in her own urine and feces" in her old life at the Precious Puppies site.

The Dickerson Park Zoo cared for Sheena immediately after the raid but couldn't keep her. "We don't have a space for her in our exhibit," said Arnold. "The tigers we have are a different species, Malayan tigers, a smaller species." While at Dickerson, Sheena appeared content as she pawed through cereal boxes containing meatballs, officials say.

Meanwhile, the 208 dogs and puppies confiscated from the Seneca site are in the care of the Humane Society of Missouri here in St. Louis. None has had to be euthanized, officials said Wednesday. The judge in Newton County would have to give the Humane Society the green light at the March hearing before any dogs could be adopted.


COST OF TREATMENT

At the hearing March 9, the Humane Society will be giving the judge a written accounting of what it has spent so far to care for the dogs. Jeane Jae with the Humane Society said Wednesday that she wouldn't have specifics on the cost until that hearing. However, Jae said the Newton County raid was the largest puppy mill rescue in recent history for the Humane Society, and that a large-scale rescue can easily cost $100,000, depending on the condition of the animals and the length of time the agency cares for them.

Expenses can include the time for staff, vehicles and supplies, vaccines, food and shelter and veterinary exams and treatment. It might also include the cost of surgeries, foster care and "enrichment supplies" such as pet toys, Jae explained in an email. The Humane Society of Missouri receives no local, state or federal tax support, Jae added. "We rely on the generosity of individual donors, corporations and foundations," she wrote. "We are the only animal welfare organization in Missouri that, working with local law enforcement, conducts animal cruelty and abuse investigations in every county in the state."

Anyone who wants to adopt a dog or puppy that was rescued can visit the Humane Society's website at Humane Society of Missouri- hsmo.org and fill out an adoption information form. You can also visit any adoption center to fill out the form in person. It could be several more weeks, Jae said, before any of the animals can be adopted.

LAWS ON OWNING TIGERS

The tiger was properly registered with the Newton County sheriff's department. McGee, who runs the tiger sanctuary, said she plans to be in Jefferson City on Thursday to testify about a bill that would impose regulations on people who own large carnivores.

Under Missouri law, people can keep tigers as pets provided they notify local law enforcement. John Coffman, the legislative director for the Missouri Alliance for Animal Legislation called it "a vague and unenforced statute."

"We're working on getting a Big Cat Bill passed, which will try to cut down on a lot of people having them in their backyards and having them as pets," McGee said. "It's a big danger to the public. In this state, it's legal for you to keep a tiger in your backyard but it's not legal for you to keep a raccoon or a squirrel because the Department of Conservation covers what's native and not what's exotic."

Organizations and zoos have warned that the state has become a haven for the sale and ownership of exotic animals because of loose restrictions.

State Rep. Mike Sutherland, R-Warrenton, has renewed efforts this year to pass legislation that would impose regulations for individuals who own large carnivores. His bill contains an array of measures designed to ensure that large carnivores, including those kept as personal pets, are registered, cared for and properly maintained.

Missouri's eight adjoining states have passed similar legislation or legislation that bans private ownership outright.
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It seems like paying a fine is no big deal to these people and they continue to run puppy mills. We need stronger laws and uphold them not just use them as a threat.
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Wow, they just had on the news that a THIRD puppy mill has been raided in Missouri. This one in Ozark County. 200 dogs, some of them burned, were rescued. They will be going to various rescue groups. That is all that was reported as of now. This is the third in two weeks. I think puppy millers in MO should be getting pretty nervous now.
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