Punish Woman Who Starved Her Dying Grandma's Dogs To Death

A Texas woman is accused of starving her dying, cancer-stricken grandmother's dogs to death. In early December, the Bexar County Sheriff's Office arrested 22-year-old Lani Elizabeth Taylor for locking the dogs in wire kennels and letting them die. Taylor is facing a charge for cruelty to non-livestock animals, which carries a fine of $10,000 fine and up to two years in jail. 

Please sign this petition asking for Taylor to receive the maximum penalty allowed by law - she does not deserve a plea deal!!

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Lani Elizabeth Taylor was asked to look after her dying grandmother's two dogs. Instead of caring for the pups, Taylor let them die a slow and agonizing death by starvation. The veterinarian who performed the necropsy on the dogs' bodies stated that they "suffered severely until they passed."

The veterinarian report also states:

"Based on the photos of the scene there was no food or water present, but also no feces/urine in the kennels where the canines were found. Trapped canines will ingest their own feces/urine in order to survive for as long as possible to survive."

Taylor's grandmother had asked asked for the dogs to be cared for while she was in hospice for cancer - if Taylor was unable to care for the dogs, she was to find them new homes or take them to a shelter. Instead, she put them in cages and let them die a slow, painful death.

Please join us in asking for Taylor to receive the maximum sentence for her cruel crime. Taylor does not deserve a plea deal and she should never be allowed to own a pet!




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