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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.
Federal inspectors have repeatedly ordered a southeast Iowa fur farm to improve the grim living conditions for ferrets, foxes, raccoons and skunks it sells to government laboratories and pet stores.
A New Hampshire woman charged with animal cruelty after 84 Great Danes were seized from her home is going on trial, but first a judge will consider her request to have a veterinarian examine the animals.
A recent string of cat killing and mutilation has prompted an investigation by the Spokane County Regional Animal Service, according to KHQ.
Carolyn and Debbie Lattin, the operators of Lattin’s County Cider Mill and Farm, were back in Thurston County Disrict Court on Friday to take part in another hearing related to their second-degree animal cruelty charges.
A Vermont woman is facing charges after police say they found at least 80 animal carcasses in her trailer.
The Coeur d’Alene Police Department is again looking for a serial animal abuser, suspected most recently of deliberately poisoning pieces of cooked meat and leaving them for dogs to find.
A northwest Washington farmer charged in April with starving his animals to death has avoided felony convictions and will get several surviving cows back.
A Portland woman says she used a car jack to break a window after spotting a dog stuck inside of a Mercedes in 89 degree- weather with little air.
Police and animal welfare workers in New Hampshire say they’ve seized 84 neglected Great Danes, most of them from an eight-bedroom mansion that had floors covered with feces.
Police officers in an Idaho city are seeking information regarding someone using a blowgun-type weapon to shoot cats.
Coeur d’Alene police are looking for the person who shot a cat with a metal dart on Saturday. They suspect the same person shot another cat with a blowgun just over a year ago.
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.
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.
A 51-year-old Moscow woman pleaded not guilty to five counts of animal cruelty Wednesday at the Latah County Courthouse.
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.
A southern Oregon woman who had nearly 60 animals removed from her property last winter has been sentenced to perform 240 hours of community service and pay the veterinary bills.
An eastern Idaho rancher is searching for the person who stabbed one of her horses to death.
Police say detectives monitoring social media over the holiday weekend watched a live video of two men throwing fireworks at dogs chained in a backyard in South Carolina.
A central Idaho man police say killed an English bulldog puppy by dragging it with a leash looped around its neck has been charged with cruelty to animals.