Animal ‘Rescuer’, Kimi Peck, files yet another lawsuit. This time it is against one of her Tehachapi neighbors who has complained about Ms. Peck’s illegal ‘sanctuary’ she was operating from her Tehachapi home. This illegal operation has since been forced to close because of Kimi Peck’s own negligence; however, according to Ms. Peck, this is just the latest incident that is connected to the conspiracy brought on by her ‘volunteer’ accountant, Susan Marlowe aka Susan Bolinger’s, ex-husband. This neighbor complained that Ms. Peck was stalking him and harassing him because of the complaints he filed against her illegal operation (typical Kimi Peck behavior). There’s MORE, click to read:

Yes, not surprising that Kimi Peck claims this neighbor is a ‘plant’ who is part of the conspiracy to ‘get’ Kimi Peck and her ‘volunteer’ accountant, Susan Marlowe aka Susan Bolinger. Take into consideration that this neighbor is a hardworking guy who purchased the Tehachapi property to escape the Los Angeles craziness. The Tehachapi property he purchased is a vacation/weekend home that is located right above Kimi Peck’s illegal operation consisting of over 200 dogs that barked all day and night (many, according to neighbors, barking in distress). Also take into consideration this neighbor has never had problems with anybody. Though it appears Ms. Peck never served this neighbor with the lawsuit, the fact she actually filed this lawsuit just proves that Ms. Peck has not stopped her bullying tactics. To date, Ms. Peck has filed lawsuits and/or sent threatening legal letters to over 20 people who have complained about Ms. Peck’s illegal operation and/or neglect/abuse they saw her inflict on her hundreds of rescues. Please NOTE that every single lawsuit Ms. Peck has filed against people have been DISMISSED. ***One more piece of information – Kimi Peck asked Kern County courts to waive the filing fees for this latest frivilous lawsuit so Kimi Peck did not have to pay to file the frivilous lawsuit, hardworking Kern County taxpayers did. To date, here are a few of the people/departments who Ms. Peck claims are part of the conspiracy to ‘get’ her and Susan Marlowe (take note that this so called conspiracy has been going on since 1997) : Former Burbank City Attorney Greg Caplan, Burbank Animal Control (the whole department), former Burbank volunteers (about 15 all together), former Los Angeles landlords, former Burbank/Los Angeles neighbors, Kern County officials including Supervisor Don Maben, Kern County Code Compliance department, Kern County A/C officer Julie Sugg, former Water Canyon Tehachapi neighbors… WILL YOU BE NEXT? IF KIMI PECK MOVES INTO YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD AND YOU COMPLAIN…BEWARE!!!!!

Another Warrant Issued For Charlotte Spadaro’s Arrest

Not surprising that Charlotte Spadaro did not show up for her own court hearing and she used the same exact excuses as her fellow animal hoarders(Kimi Peck, Cynthia Gudger, Cindy Bemis, Kimberly Maggio et al). The reason she was not able to show up for her own court hearing is because (drum roll) she was in the hospital. She also claims that Animal Control officers told her she did not need to obtain a kennel license. In other words, according to Ms. Spadaro, she does not have to obey the laws like the rest of us. Kimi Peck claimed the same thing. So did Kim Maggio. So did Charlotte Spadaro. So did Cynthia Gudger (and all of Ms. Gudger’s aka’s)…No word yet if Susan Marlowe is harboring Charlotte Spadaro. Click below to read the latest newspaper story:

Arrest warrant issued for animal activist 10:00 PM PDT on Friday, May 21, 2010 By ALICIA ROBINSON The Press-Enterprise A judge on Friday issued an arrest warrant for animal activist Charlotte Spadaro after she failed to appear for her trial on charges that she kept 242 dogs at a Riverside kennel without licenses or proof of vaccination. Richard McDonald, who identified himself as a friend of Spadaro, told a bailiff that she was in a hospital. The case involves a kennel from which Spadaro and her dogs were evicted last year. Judge Michele D. Levine said Friday that the trial already has been postponed several times at Spadaro’s request, and since she is acting as her own attorney the court can’t proceed without her. Levine set bail at $10,000 and said the warrant will take effect if Spadaro doesn’t attend a hearing on Wednesday. Spadaro, a former Beverly Hills mayor, has said she rescues animals that would be killed at other shelters. She has maintained that the Riverside dogs were vaccinated and that officials told her not to worry about licensing. Spadaro faces civil and criminal cases involving animals in San Bernardino and Los Angeles counties.

Is CONVICTED Animal Abuser Cindy Bemis still ‘rescuing’?

Looks like animal hoarder and convicted animal abuser, Cindy Bemis, is still active in the animal rescue community, even though she is on probation for 5 years and not supposed to have contact with animals. It appears as if her ‘rescue’ organization, ourfriends4ever.com, is advertising puppies for sale in the San Diego area. On the website it states that rescue ourfriends4ever.com is based in Los Angeles County and Kern County. The corporation is listed under Bemis’ name!!!!! Please click below to see the actual ad that is on the website and other info that links Cindy Bemis to ourfriends4ever.com:

Web Info: Info about Ourfriends4ever.com, Inc. – a no-kill, non-profit animal rescue View my puppies Map Location: Breeder Location (San Diego CA) Rescue Puppies for sale in San Diego CA A Los Angeles County and Kern County, California based animal rescue. We have dogs rescued from shelters, dogs relinquished by owners, dogs that require medical attention, puppies dropped on our door step… [ Review this Breeder ] [ Breeder Location ( San Diego CA) TAX EXEMPT INFO RE: OURFRIENDS4EVER.COM: Here is the tax exempt info: OURFRIENDS4EVER COM INC 1637 E TROTTER AVE MOJAVE, CA 93501-7057 In Care Of Name (the officer, director, etc. to whose attention any correspondence should be directed) CYNTHIA BEMIS

Is CONVICTED Animal Abuser ‘Angel’ White involved with Dog Shows?

That’s what we are hearing. We are waiting on responses from a few of the sponsors as to WHY they would allow a convicted animal abuser to participate in their shows. Click the link below to read Ms. White’s Petabuse.com profile and view her criminal record:

Case RIM515043 Defendant 496038 WHITE, ANTONIA ANGELA Arrest Charges Count Charge Severity Description Violation Date Plea Status 1 PC M597(B) M CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 07/26/2007 Filed Charges Count Charge Severity Description Violation Date Plea Status 1 PC M597(B) M CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 07/26/2007 NOT GUILTY CONVICTED 2 PC M597(B) M CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 07/26/2007 NOT GUILTY CONVICTED 3 PC M597(B) M CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 07/26/2007 NOT GUILTY CONVICTED 4 PC M597(B) M CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 07/26/2007 CONVICTED 5 PC M597(B) M CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 07/26/2007 CONVICTED 6 PC M597(B) M CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 07/26/2007 CONVICTED 7 PC M597(B) M CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 07/26/2007 CONVICTED 8 PC M597(B) M CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 07/26/2007 CONVICTED 9 PC M597(B) M CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 07/26/2007 CONVICTED 10 PC M597(B) M CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 07/26/2007 CONVICTED 11 PC M597(B) M CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 07/26/2007 CONVICTED 12 PC M597(B) M CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 07/26/2007 CONVICTED ————————————————- Puppy mill – 90 dogs seized Riverside, CA (US) Incident Date: Thursday, Jul 26, 2007 County: Riverside Charges: Misdemeanor Disposition: Alleged Case Images: 2 files available Alleged: » Antonia Angela White – Convicted » Phyllis Williams » Lois Dolan Case Updates: 2 update(s) available Three people were arrested on suspicion of animal cruelty after Riverside County Animal Services officials uncovered a dog breeding and hoarding operation with 90 dogs in Mead Valley on Thursday. Some of the smaller dogs were emaciated and living amid their own excrement with little or no water in small portable kennels stacked inside a deteriorating wood and metal barn with a temperature of 114 degrees at 11 a.m., Animal Services Sgt. Nicky Wapner said. "They’re suffering from neglect," she said. "A lot of the dogs were starved, dehydrated and weak just from the heat out here." From 40 to 45 Great Danes were among the 90 dogs found on the property, located off Markham Street a few blocks west of Wood Road. Many of them looked healthy but were kept in chain-link pens about 6 feet by 10 feet. Plastic doghouses were inside some pens. The woman running the operation, Antonia Angela White, 49, was convicted twice before for kennel violations; once in December and once two years ago today, according to county court records. Both of those cases related to violations at a property in the 17900 block of Haines Street, near Riverside National Cemetery. Wapner said Animal Services had lost track of White but found her about three months ago through an unrelated call to a nearby property. Officials tried to work with White to get her to bring the conditions at the Markham Street property up to code but she did not cooperate, Wapner said. Also arrested were Phyllis Williams, 58, of Ontario, and Lois Dolan, 54, who is believed to be a transient living on the property. Williams and White co-own Danehaven, a Great Dane breeding operation, Wapner said. Dolan worked for them. According to a white board that Wapner said was used at pet adoptions outside pet stores, Danehaven charged $250 to $300 per dog. The Markham Street property that White and Williams lease has no house, just weeds, trees, the ramshackle barn and the pens. On Thursday, it was littered with rubbish and stacked with empty plastic dog carriers, boxes holding 30 13.2-ounce cans of dog food, cat litter, unassembled metal kennels, fencing materials, dirty blankets and towels, liver-flavored dog training treats, flea and tick insecticide for dogs, and an old skiff. Dog feces covered parts of the barn floor and insect-covered fly strips and bursting flytraps hung inside the structure. The entire operation was a health hazard, Wapner said. "You should’ve seen the rats that scattered when we lifted up the doghouses," she said. Neighbor Sue McNamara said she and her family knew there were dogs next door but not 90. "At times it was pretty loud," she said. When they complained to White, she would do her best to keep the dogs quiet, McNamara said. Animal Services took all 90 dogs to county facilities, where they would be given thorough checkups, Wapner said. The ailing canines would be brought back to health if possible, she said. "I do think they’ll be OK," Wapner said. Case Updates A Riverside woman found guilty of animal cruelty and neglect has been sentenced to three years of probation and community service. Antonia Angela White, 51, was convicted last December for her mistreatement of more than 90 dogs on her property. Officials said she kept the dogs, 40 of them Great Danes, in squalid conditions. The dogs were seized in July 2007 on a day that reached 100 degrees. Many of the dogs had no access to water, according to officials. According to Animal Services spokesman John Welsh many of the dogs also did not have proper shelter. One of the conditions of White’s probation is that she not keep more than four dogs and that she never be allowed to own or operate a kennel or rescue facility in California. According to Animal Services, many of her dogs were kept in a barn without ventilation and some were left to sleep in piles of waste, replete with maggots. "Any reasonable person who saw the conditions that day would have been horrified," said Animal Services Captain Tammie Belmonte in December. "Even the veteran sheriff’s deputies who assisted us that day were disgusted." Source: KCAL9 News – February 5, 2010 Update posted on Feb 6, 2010 – 10:32AM Back to Top Thursday’s scheduled arraignment of three women arrested in July on suspicion of animal cruelty was pushed back to September, Riverside County District Attorney’s officials said. Antonia Angela "Angel" White, Phyllis Williams and Lois Dolan were arrested after Riverside County Department of Animal Services seized 92 dogs from a property in unincorporated Riverside County near Mead Valley. The three are out on $5,000 bail each, Riverside Superior Court records showed. Dolan said Thursday that there are two sides to the story. "These dogs are loved," Dolan said Thursday night by phone. "These dogs are taken care of." Some of the seized dogs were emaciated and living amid their own excrement with little or no water in small portable kennels stacked inside a deteriorating wood and metal barn in the 100-plus degree heat, Animal Services Sgt. Nicky Wapner said in July. Source: Press-Enterprise – Aug 24, 2007 Update posted on Aug 24, 2007 – 4:24AM Read more: Pet-Abuse.Com – Animal Abuse Case Details: Puppy mill – 90 dogs seized – Riverside, CA (US) http://www.pet-abuse.com/cases/11838/CA/US/#ixzz0nI6Pz5Zd