Animal Neglect

SPCA workers provide rescued cats with medical attention. 51 cats were found alive, and 75 kittens were found dead in Monterey County, July 24, 2012. (SPCA)

Charges Filed In Dead Kittens Case Against Monterey County Women

Monterey County prosecutors have filed charges against two women after authorities found 51 neglected cats in their house and 113 dead kittens in a nearby apartment.

08/23/2012

(Clockwise from upper left) Charles Nguyen, Margaret Ngo, George Nguyen, Jennifer Ngo (Santa Clara Co. District Attorney''s Office)

Neglected San Jose Senior Facility Dogs Find New Homes

Many of the dogs neglected at an unlicensed group home where dozens of mentally ill seniors were recently discovered to be living in deplorable conditions have found loving new families, animal care officials said.

07/19/2012

(Clockwise from upper left) Charles Nguyen, Margaret Ngo, George Nguyen, Jennifer Ngo (Santa Clara Co. District Attorney''s Office)

San Jose Family Arraigned On Elder Abuse, Animal Neglect

Bail was set at a half million dollars each for the five family members in San Jose charged with 15 felony counts of elder abuse.

07/16/2012

A CBS 5 crew captured footage of hens starving at this ranch near Turlock in Stanislaus County on February 22, 2012. Officials said an estimated 50,000 birds were found starving to death. (CBS)

Two Groups To Save Starving Hens Found At Central Valley Ranch

After 50,000 hens were found starving to death at a Central Valley ranch, two rescue groups said they will save some of the birds.

02/23/2012

A CBS 5 crew captured footage of hens starving at this ranch near Turlock in Stanislaus County on February 22, 2012. Officials said an estimated 50,000 birds were found starving to death. (CBS)

More Than 50,000 Hens Found Starving On Central Valley Ranch

An estimated 50,000 hens are dead or will be euthanized after authorities found them starving on a chicken ranch in Central California on Wednesday.

02/22/2012

A goat feeds on weeds. (AP)

Co-Owner Of Dead Orinda Goats Defends Company Practices

The co-owner of an Orinda-based company that provides brush-clearing goats is defending the company’s practices—while also calling the October discovery of 10 dead animals “horrific.”

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–12/08/2010

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