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Monday, Sep 17, 2007County: Tulare
Alleged: Armida Gomez
All 24 dogs rescued from a Woodlake home on Sept. 17 in a dog-hoarding case have either been adopted or taken in by a rescue organization, the Valley Oak Society for the Prevention of Animal Cruelty reported. Thirteen dogs have been adopted and 11 were taken in by a rescue organization for placement into new homes. The animals were found covered in feces and urine and had very long nails.
Armida Gomez of Woodlake, who is in her 40s, was cited by the Woodlake Police Department on suspicion of animal neglect. The woman was also cited for nuisance violations of the Woodlake municipal code.
- Visalia Times-Delta - Oct 4, 2007
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