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Olympic Game Farm sued, accused of neglect

A popular drive-thru game farm in Sequim is being sued for allegedly violating federal and state endangered species laws with its confinement and neglect of protected animals.

Allegedly abused Moscow horses to remain with rehab specialists

The attorney for a Moscow woman charged with five counts of cruelty to animals said he plans to file a motion of suppression Monday to remove from evidence photographs that were instrumental in gaining a search warrant that led to the seizure of five horses.

Cat abuse sparks outrage

Residents don’t want the anonymous cat who was drenched in diesel fuel and possibly hung by a noose to have died in vain. What they’re really after is justice. The cat, which had oil in its lungs and deep cuts on its neck consistent with a noose, had to be put down. Brian Walker/Press reports.

Police remove five horses from Moscow property

Five horses belonging to a Moscow woman were taken into protective custody Tuesday by the Moscow Police Department after a lengthy investigation and a series of Facebook posts about the condition of the animals and their living conditions. Moscow Police Cpt. Roger Lanier said the department has been investigating the animals’ condition since the latter part of 2015, when Code Enforcement Officer Patty Riedl brought it to his attention.