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Dallas Update

from Associated Humane Popcorn Park Shelter...... Just look at the "before" photo of Dallas, who came in six weeks ago today, and you really wouldn't even know that this is the same dog.  The "after" photos, taken today by AHS- Tinton Falls volunteer, Meghan, is shocking!  Dallas is now 39 pounds (up from the 22 pounds he was when he arrived) and is just the happiest dog alive! 
You might remember his sad story, a story that is seen far too often by the staff at our AHS Newark facility.  Dallas came to them sick, starving, neglected beyond belief and near death.  He was left in the, "care" of a Linden, NJ resident in January.  This individual stuffed Dallas into a crate and left him in a dark, unheated hallway of the apartment building for weeks without food, water, or heat.  By the time another resident found Dallas, he was lethargic, dehydrated, and had given up all hope of surviving.  Our AHS Newark officers rushed him to a veterinary hospital where he was given emergency medical care.  His temperature was low, he was terribly emaciated, and they wondered if he would even make it.  Well, make it, he did! 
Dallas was transferred to our AHS Tinton Falls branch where he has been under the care of Dr. Emily Marion for the last 6 weeks.  As you can see, he's plump and healthy now, and he is so grateful for the good care that he's been receiving.  He completely put his past behind him and is such a happy and vibrant boy that is puppyish and playful, and just loves life.  Since there are charges against the individual that did this to him, Dallas will need to wait until the case is settled before he can be adopted, but he doesn't mind.  He is in good hands, and having the time of his life!

This miraculous recovery is thanks to all of our kind and compassionate supporters that contribute so selflessly to our Res-Q Fund.  Thanks to that fund, we are able to provide the good medical care that is needed to bring deserving animals like Dallas back from the brink of death.  To make a donation to our Res-Q Fund, please text ResQ to 501501 to donate $10.00, or go to www.ahscares.org #rescue #animals #donate #associatedhumanesocieties #resqfund

Dallas Update from Associated Humane Popcorn Park Shelter...... Just look at the "before" photo of Dallas, who came in six weeks ago today, and you really wouldn't even know that this is the same dog. The "after" photos, taken today by AHS- Tinton Falls volunteer, Meghan, is shocking! Dallas is now 39 pounds (up from the 22 pounds he was when he arrived) and is just the happiest dog alive! You might remember his sad story, a story that is seen far too often by the staff at our AHS Newark facility. Dallas came to them sick, starving, neglected beyond belief and near death. He was left in the, "care" of a Linden, NJ resident in January. This individual stuffed Dallas into a crate and left him in a dark, unheated hallway of the apartment building for weeks without food, water, or heat. By the time another resident found Dallas, he was lethargic, dehydrated, and had given up all hope of surviving. Our AHS Newark officers rushed him to a veterinary hospital where he was given emergency medical care. His temperature was low, he was terribly emaciated, and they wondered if he would even make it. Well, make it, he did! Dallas was transferred to our AHS Tinton Falls branch where he has been under the care of Dr. Emily Marion for the last 6 weeks. As you can see, he's plump and healthy now, and he is so grateful for the good care that he's been receiving. He completely put his past behind him and is such a happy and vibrant boy that is puppyish and playful, and just loves life. Since there are charges against the individual that did this to him, Dallas will need to wait until the case is settled before he can be adopted, but he doesn't mind. He is in good hands, and having the time of his life! This miraculous recovery is thanks to all of our kind and compassionate supporters that contribute so selflessly to our Res-Q Fund. Thanks to that fund, we are able to provide the good medical care that is needed to bring deserving animals like Dallas back from the brink of death. To make a donation to our Res-Q Fund, please text ResQ to 501501 to donate $10.00, or go to www.ahscares.org #rescue #animals #donate #associatedhumanesocieties #resqfund

My beautiful baby girl at the bay this morning after dropping her brother off for school ❤️🐶 #basenji #basenjilove #basenjimix #basenjisofig #basenjisofinstagram #rescuedog #reacuedogsofinstagram #lovemyrescue #adoptdontshop #adopted #companiondog #associatedhumanesocieties #associatedhumanepopcornparkshelter

My beautiful baby girl at the bay this morning after dropping her brother off for school ❤️🐶 #basenji #basenjilove #basenjimix #basenjisofig #basenjisofinstagram #rescuedog #reacuedogsofinstagram #lovemyrescue #adoptdontshop #adopted #companiondog #associatedhumanesocieties #associatedhumanepopcornparkshelter

Just a three legged cat and his dad’s Cotton Candy Faygo skateboard.

Just a three legged cat and his dad’s Cotton Candy Faygo skateboard.

Lacey spent last Christmas at Popcorn Park , lets get her adopted... details @ www.wobm.com #petadoption #dogs #dog #dogadoption #christmas @popcornparkzoo #associatedhumanesocieties #jerseyshore #pets

Lacey spent last Christmas at Popcorn Park , lets get her adopted... details @ www.wobm.com #petadoption #dogs #dog #dogadoption #christmas @popcornparkzoo #associatedhumanesocieties #jerseyshore #pets

#Repost @c.legit5 (@get_repost)
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This ugly fucking Bitch - I hope your cell mate is an animal lover. We’ll be pulling a dog or two out of this shelter in the next couple of days in Buffy’s memory #RIPBuffy #LoveYouForEver#nybcfam4lifeyo #savepits ・・・
Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor.

Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected.

Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state.

A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light.

Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake.

To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun.

Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News.

Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said.

For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s.
#Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide necess

#Repost @c.legit5 (@get_repost) ・・・ This ugly fucking Bitch - I hope your cell mate is an animal lover. We’ll be pulling a dog or two out of this shelter in the next couple of days in Buffy’s memory #RIPBuffy #LoveYouForEver#nybcfam4lifeyo #savepits ・・・ Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor. Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected. Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state. A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light. Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake. To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun. Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News. Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said. For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s. #Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide necess

@Regranned from @animalrescuers4life -  @Regranned from @michsygold -  Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor.

Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected.

Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state.

A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light.

Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake.

To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun.

Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News.

Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said.

For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s.
#Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide necessary care to multiple animals, with violations ranging from filthy water bowls to commingling sick and healthy animals. Trezza is expected in court on Dec. 7 to answer the animal crue

@Regranned from @animalrescuers4life - @Regranned from @michsygold - Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor. Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected. Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state. A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light. Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake. To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun. Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News. Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said. For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s. #Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide necessary care to multiple animals, with violations ranging from filthy water bowls to commingling sick and healthy animals. Trezza is expected in court on Dec. 7 to answer the animal crue

@Regranned from @michsygold -  Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor.

Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected.

Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state.

A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light.

Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake.

To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun.

Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News.

Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said.

For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s.
#Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide necessary care to multiple animals, with violations ranging from filthy water bowls to commingling sick and healthy animals. Trezza is expected in court on Dec. 7 to answer the animal cruelty charges.-pix11 news - #regrann

@Regranned from @michsygold - Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor. Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected. Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state. A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light. Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake. To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun. Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News. Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said. For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s. #Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide necessary care to multiple animals, with violations ranging from filthy water bowls to commingling sick and healthy animals. Trezza is expected in court on Dec. 7 to answer the animal cruelty charges.-pix11 news - #regrann

#Repost @dixie812 (@get_repost)
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TIME TO SHARE THIS SKANKY BITCH😡 @michsygold

Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor.

Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected.

Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state.

A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light.

Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake.

To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun.

Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News.

Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said.

For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s.
#Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide necessary care to multiple animals, with violations ranging from filthy water bowls to commingling sick and healthy animals. Trezza is expected in court on Dec. 7 to answer the

#Repost @dixie812 (@get_repost) ・・・ TIME TO SHARE THIS SKANKY BITCH😡 @michsygold Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor. Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected. Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state. A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light. Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake. To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun. Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News. Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said. For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s. #Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide necessary care to multiple animals, with violations ranging from filthy water bowls to commingling sick and healthy animals. Trezza is expected in court on Dec. 7 to answer the

TIME TO SHARE THIS SKANKY BITCH😡 @michsygold

Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor.

Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected.

Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state.

A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light.

Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake.

To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun.

Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News.

Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said.

For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s.
#Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide necessary care to multiple animals, with violations ranging from filthy water bowls to commingling sick and healthy animals. Trezza is expected in court on Dec. 7 to answer the animal cruelty charges.-pix11 news

TIME TO SHARE THIS SKANKY BITCH😡 @michsygold Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor. Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected. Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state. A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light. Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake. To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun. Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News. Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said. For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s. #Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide necessary care to multiple animals, with violations ranging from filthy water bowls to commingling sick and healthy animals. Trezza is expected in court on Dec. 7 to answer the animal cruelty charges.-pix11 news

#Repost @c.legit5 (@get_repost)
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This ugly fucking Bitch - I hope your cell mate is an animal lover. We’ll be pulling a dog or two out of this shelter in the next couple of days in Buffy’s memory #RIPBuffy #LoveYouForEver#nybcfam4lifeyo #savepits ・・・
Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor.

Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected.

Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state.

A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light.

Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake.

To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun.

Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News.

Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said.

For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s.
#Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide necess

#Repost @c.legit5 (@get_repost) ・・・ This ugly fucking Bitch - I hope your cell mate is an animal lover. We’ll be pulling a dog or two out of this shelter in the next couple of days in Buffy’s memory #RIPBuffy #LoveYouForEver#nybcfam4lifeyo #savepits ・・・ Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor. Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected. Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state. A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light. Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake. To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun. Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News. Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said. For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s. #Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide necess

Regranned from *c.legit5 -  This ugly fucking Bitch - I hope your cell mate is an animal lover. We’ll be pulling a dog or two out of this shelter in the next couple of days in Buffy’s memory #RIPBuffy #LoveYouForEver#nybcfam4lifeyo #savepits ・・・
Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor.

Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected.

Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state.

A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light.

Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake.

To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun.

Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News.

Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said.

For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s.
#Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide necessa - #

Regranned from *c.legit5 - This ugly fucking Bitch - I hope your cell mate is an animal lover. We’ll be pulling a dog or two out of this shelter in the next couple of days in Buffy’s memory #RIPBuffy #LoveYouForEver#nybcfam4lifeyo #savepits ・・・ Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor. Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected. Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state. A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light. Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake. To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun. Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News. Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said. For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s. #Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide necessa - #

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@Regranned from @c.legit5 -  This ugly fucking Bitch - I hope your cell mate is an animal lover. We’ll be pulling a dog or two out of this shelter in the next couple of days in Buffy’s memory #RIPBuffy #LoveYouForEver#nybcfam4lifeyo #savepits ・・・
Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor.

Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected.

Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state.

A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light.

Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake.

To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun.

Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News.

Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said.

For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s.
#Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcru

😠😠😠 #Repost @vox_silentii (@get_repost) ・・・ @Regranned from @c.legit5 - This ugly fucking Bitch - I hope your cell mate is an animal lover. We’ll be pulling a dog or two out of this shelter in the next couple of days in Buffy’s memory #RIPBuffy #LoveYouForEver#nybcfam4lifeyo #savepits ・・・ Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor. Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected. Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state. A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light. Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake. To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun. Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News. Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said. For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s. #Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcru

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@Regranned from @c.legit5 -  This ugly fucking Bitch - I hope your cell mate is an animal lover. We’ll be pulling a dog or two out of this shelter in the next couple of days in Buffy’s memory #RIPBuffy #LoveYouForEver#nybcfam4lifeyo #savepits ・・・
Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor.

Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected.

Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state.

A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light.

Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake.

To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun.

Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News.

Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said.

For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s.
#Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty in

#Repost @vox_silentii (@get_repost) ・・・ @Regranned from @c.legit5 - This ugly fucking Bitch - I hope your cell mate is an animal lover. We’ll be pulling a dog or two out of this shelter in the next couple of days in Buffy’s memory #RIPBuffy #LoveYouForEver#nybcfam4lifeyo #savepits ・・・ Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor. Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected. Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state. A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light. Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake. To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun. Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News. Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said. For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s. #Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty in

@Regranned from @c.legit5 -  This ugly fucking Bitch - I hope your cell mate is an animal lover. We’ll be pulling a dog or two out of this shelter in the next couple of days in Buffy’s memory #RIPBuffy #LoveYouForEver#nybcfam4lifeyo #savepits ・・・
Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor.

Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected.

Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state.

A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light.

Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake.

To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun.

Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News.

Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said.

For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s.
#Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide necessa foll

@Regranned from @c.legit5 - This ugly fucking Bitch - I hope your cell mate is an animal lover. We’ll be pulling a dog or two out of this shelter in the next couple of days in Buffy’s memory #RIPBuffy #LoveYouForEver#nybcfam4lifeyo #savepits ・・・ Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor. Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected. Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state. A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light. Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake. To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun. Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News. Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said. For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s. #Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide necessa foll

Lock her up !! 🙏🙏. #Repost @michsygold (@get_repost)
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Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor.

Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected.

Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state.

A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light.

Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake.

To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun.

Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News.

Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said.

For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s.
#Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide necessary care to multiple animals, with violations ranging from filthy water bowls to commingling sick and healthy animals. Trezza is expected in court on Dec.

Lock her up !! 🙏🙏. #Repost @michsygold (@get_repost) ・・・ Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor. Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected. Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state. A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light. Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake. To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun. Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News. Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said. For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s. #Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide necessary care to multiple animals, with violations ranging from filthy water bowls to commingling sick and healthy animals. Trezza is expected in court on Dec.

@Regrann from @c.legit5 -  This ugly f****** Bitch - I hope your cell mate is an animal lover. We’ll be pulling a dog or two out of this shelter in the next couple of days in Buffy’s memory #RIPBuffy #LoveYouForEver#nybcfam4lifeyo #savepits ・・・
Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor.

Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected.

Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state.

A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light.

Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake.

To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun.

Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News.

Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said.

For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s.
#Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide necessa - #re

@Regrann from @c.legit5 - This ugly f****** Bitch - I hope your cell mate is an animal lover. We’ll be pulling a dog or two out of this shelter in the next couple of days in Buffy’s memory #RIPBuffy #LoveYouForEver#nybcfam4lifeyo #savepits ・・・ Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor. Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected. Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state. A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light. Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake. To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun. Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News. Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said. For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s. #Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide necessa - #re

“Evil has a face...” #Repost @c.legit5 (@get_repost)
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This ugly fucking Bitch - I hope your cell mate is an animal lover. We’ll be pulling a dog or two out of this shelter in the next couple of days in Buffy’s memory #RIPBuffy #LoveYoiForEver #nybcfam4lifeyo #savepits ・・・
Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor.

Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected.

Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state.

A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light.

Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake.

To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun.

Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News.

Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said.

For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s.
#Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including f

“Evil has a face...” #Repost @c.legit5 (@get_repost) ・・・ This ugly fucking Bitch - I hope your cell mate is an animal lover. We’ll be pulling a dog or two out of this shelter in the next couple of days in Buffy’s memory #RIPBuffy #LoveYoiForEver #nybcfam4lifeyo #savepits ・・・ Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor. Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected. Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state. A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light. Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake. To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun. Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News. Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said. For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s. #Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including f

#Repost #c.legit5 
This ugly fucking Bitch - I hope your cell mate is an animal lover. We’ll be pulling a dog or two out of this shelter in the next couple of days in Buffy’s memory #RIPBuffy #LoveYoiForEver #nybcfam4lifeyo #savepits ・・・
Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor.

Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected.

Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state.

A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light.

Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake.

To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun.

Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News.

Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said.

For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s.
#Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide neces

#Repost #c.legit5 This ugly fucking Bitch - I hope your cell mate is an animal lover. We’ll be pulling a dog or two out of this shelter in the next couple of days in Buffy’s memory #RIPBuffy #LoveYoiForEver #nybcfam4lifeyo #savepits ・・・ Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor. Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected. Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state. A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light. Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake. To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun. Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News. Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said. For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s. #Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide neces

Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor.

Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected.

Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state.

A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light.

Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake.

To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun.

Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News.

Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said.

For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s.
#Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide necessary care to multiple animals, with violations ranging from filthy water bowls to commingling sick and healthy animals. Trezza is expected in court on Dec. 7 to answer the animal cruelty charges.-pix11 news

Full news story/ video in my bio-NEWARK, N.J. — The images are heart breaking. Dogs and cats forced to lay in their own squalor. Most are sick, some are on the verge of dying and a majority are neglected. Those are the claims being made by over a dozen former and current volunteers and workers at #AssociatedHumaneSocieties in #Newark – one of #NewJersey’s largest and busiest #animalshelters which services over a dozen municipalities in the state. A recent joint inspection by the City of Newark and the state’s Department of Health uncovered a slew of violations, including animals kept in cramped enclosures without any exercise or light. Many of them - according to the report - were euthanized before being held the required 7-days after intake. To their disbelief, inspectors also discovered a live skunk in a carrier, covered in blankets and sitting directly in the sun. Video exclusively obtained by PIX11 gives just a glimpse of the conditions. The footage shows dogs locked away in a cellar. They rarely get exercise or have human contact, a source tells us, all while loud music and constant alarms sound off in the background. “It was bad, you had to carry the dogs in and out because they didn’t want to go back in,” a tearful Debra Ann Honan described to PIX11 News. Honan worked as a volunteer at AHS for 3 years and, according to her, when volunteers or workers speak out against the horrid conditions – it results in immediate termination. “It starts at the top – there needs to be changes,” she said. For decades, #AHS in Newark has become infamous within the #animalwelfare community. People we spoke to for this report say the person at the center of the dysfunction is the shelter organization’s current Executive Director #RoseannTrezza, who has served on the AHS Board of Trustees since the 1970s. #Trezza was charged with 8 criminal counts and 8 civil counts of #animalcruelty including failing to provide necessary care to multiple animals, with violations ranging from filthy water bowls to commingling sick and healthy animals. Trezza is expected in court on Dec. 7 to answer the animal cruelty charges.-pix11 news

We would like to take a moment to thank everyone who came out this morning & made our first YOGA at Popcorn Park Animal Refuge a super success! Your donations were perfect and the refuge is beyond thankful 💖 We had such an amazing experience hearing the lions roar, the birds, goats, horses, bears & many other animals while tuning in with nature! So many laughs too that we didn't even feel cold!! We will be doing an indoor Yoga for adoption event in December & will for sure be back outside come spring/summer!!
Thank you @popcornparkzoo @ahscares

We would like to take a moment to thank everyone who came out this morning & made our first YOGA at Popcorn Park Animal Refuge a super success! Your donations were perfect and the refuge is beyond thankful 💖 We had such an amazing experience hearing the lions roar, the birds, goats, horses, bears & many other animals while tuning in with nature! So many laughs too that we didn't even feel cold!! We will be doing an indoor Yoga for adoption event in December & will for sure be back outside come spring/summer!! Thank you @popcornparkzoo @ahscares

Hi guys! I made my global television debut! I’m a star now! Ok, ok, maybe I was just being pet for a moment in Ronda Rousey’s Go90 Why We Fight docuseries, but it kitty time that’s a whole day!

Hi guys! I made my global television debut! I’m a star now! Ok, ok, maybe I was just being pet for a moment in Ronda Rousey’s Go90 Why We Fight docuseries, but it kitty time that’s a whole day!

What do you mean all the catnip is gone?!

What do you mean all the catnip is gone?!

Are you guys ready for Halloween?!

Are you guys ready for Halloween?!

Mark your calendar, the big event is less than a week away!
Our Annual Gift Auction to benefit the animals at Associated Humane Societies/Popcorn Park is being held on Saturday, Oct. 7th at the Toms River Elks, 600 Washington Street, Toms River, NJ 08753. We have BOTH rooms reserved at the Elks, so there will be plenty of seating, and plenty of great gifts ranging in value from $15 to $500, food available for purchase, 50/50's, AHS Sweepstakes tickets, Popcorn Park apparel available for purchase, and so much more. Entry is $10.00 and includes one sheet of tickets. (Additional tickets can be purchased at event). Doors open at 5pm and auction starts at 7pm. Must be 18 to attend and tickets are not sold in advance, only at door the day of the event. #animals #fundraiser #trickytray #associatedhumanesocieties #rescue #adopt

Mark your calendar, the big event is less than a week away! Our Annual Gift Auction to benefit the animals at Associated Humane Societies/Popcorn Park is being held on Saturday, Oct. 7th at the Toms River Elks, 600 Washington Street, Toms River, NJ 08753. We have BOTH rooms reserved at the Elks, so there will be plenty of seating, and plenty of great gifts ranging in value from $15 to $500, food available for purchase, 50/50's, AHS Sweepstakes tickets, Popcorn Park apparel available for purchase, and so much more. Entry is $10.00 and includes one sheet of tickets. (Additional tickets can be purchased at event). Doors open at 5pm and auction starts at 7pm. Must be 18 to attend and tickets are not sold in advance, only at door the day of the event. #animals #fundraiser #trickytray #associatedhumanesocieties #rescue #adopt

Mom, seriously, we're trying to sleep here...

Mom, seriously, we're trying to sleep here...

... wut?

... wut?