Grundy County Residents Look For Ways to Stop Animal Hoarder

More than 60 Dogs and Several Horses Living at Farm House on Swiss Colony Cemetery Road

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bekind - 1/26/2014 11:48 PM
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everyone is quick to judge but slow to be part of the solution

dbro kscsk - 1/17/2014 8:35 AM
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dbro kscsk - 1/17/2014 8:33 AM
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Everyone is very quick to judge Ms Margaret badly without knowing the whole story. Where do the people who are dropping these dogs off in the cemetery fitting into those judgments. She does not get these dogs by choice, she simply tries to take care of the ones discarded by the very uncaring people who are making these judgments. Yes she has too many for the simple reason she can't get help with them. She does without food herself to see to it they are fed. Maybe we need to offer her some help before we "string her up", what do you think?

MAlmond - 1/17/2014 1:31 AM
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I know for a fact these animals are fed and cared for by Margaret. She spends countless hours and money on these animals. People are constantly throwin animals out over her fence when she's not home adding to the problem. Yes, the animals probably don't get alot of one on one interaction with her but she does love these animals. Her water froze up 2 weeks ago and she called the store I work in crying hysterical because she didn't want these animals to not have water and die. She bought about $40 in water that day for these animals. Yes she does need help getting rid of some of the animals (she would probably admit this) but everyone needs to quit taking animals out there. This will start the don't judge someone before you know the whole story.
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