On November 1, a dog, starved to the very brink of death, was found and brought to Wisconsin's Dunn County Humane Society. The skeletal dog, dubbed Gabriel, has been steadily putting on weight thanks to the care that he is receiving at the animal welfare agency.
The authorities immediately instigated an investigation to find out who was responsible for Gabriel's dismal condition, and on November 11, a press release from the animal shelter and the Boyceville Police Department notified those following the case that an arrest had been made.
The person identified as being responsible for Gabriel's pitiful condition is 29-year-old Anne Marie Iehl - the woman who claimed to have found Gabriel as a stray, but who was, in fact, the person who was determined to be the emaciated dog's owner. Iehl is facing charges for not providing food and drink to an animal and intentional mistreatment of an animal resulting in disfigurement, which is a felony.
Please join us in asking for the Dunn County Prosecutor to push for jail time for this woman. Gabriel nearly died under Iehl's "care" and she must pay for the suffering that she subjected him to!