Ms. Haynes: Hoarding seems to be popping up everywhere and hoarders seem to flock to your community. Many animal lovers encourage you and your department to attend this free seminar. SAVE THE DATE! HOARDING TRAINING DAY! JUNE 20, 2007 8:00 – 4:30 Practical Coping Techniques For the Consumer & the Professional No charge to attend – Lunch purchase on site For Training Application please call (213) 351-7284 California Endowment Center 1000 N. Alameda Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 Sponsored By: Los Angeles County Older Services Administration Co-Sponsored By: Hoarding Task Force – Older Adult System of Care ***JUNE 21, 2007**** We hope that Ms. Haynes and her department attended this conference and will attend every other conference regarding animal hoarding. We say this because it appears as if Ms. Haynes and other decision making people in Kern County may not truly understand what animal hoarding is all about. Just because you bust one hoarder (after years of allowing this woman to continue to hoard), you still have probably thousands more to bust. If you don’t have the manpower to keep up with the hoarders in your community and the ones that will move into your community, then change the laws immediately. Do it for the animals!
Don’t believe Kimi Peck was such a CRATE WOMAN! You will when you go to the gallery section. Notice the filthy dirty house (Ms. Peck referred to as ‘Disneyland’) housing 100+ dogs (many living in filthy dirty crates). Also visit the warehouse (known as the ‘Sanctuary) that housed over 200+ doggies (most living in filthy dirty crates or in enclosed pens on the cold concrete floor). CLICK ON THE PHOTOS TO GET A GOOD LOOK AT THE CONDITIONS THESE POOR ANIMALS WERE LIVING IN. Mice, rats and bugs were everywhere – Ask why and how this woman can still be considered a RESCUER.