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Animal advocates seek to revive petition against Julianne Westberry — 23 Comments

  1. It’s 2021 and for everyone but those poor cats it seems to be like this never happened. She has had cats and dogs since. She’s constantly around children. No justice was served. She paid $100. The only people who remember are the ones who have been in that house to save the survivors. A smell that can’t be forgotten.

  2. The problem I think are the do gooders in society.a lot of the time its hard enough for killers of humans to get a sentence they deserve so what chance have the animals got.also why is it if an animal attacks a human its a death sentence for the animal but if a human KILLS an animal it doesn’t seem to really matter.its just not bloody good enough,the animals always lose and they deserve so much better.

  3. This woman must be brought to trial for her heinous crimes against animals. Please help get justice for each cat that died.

  4. I can only hope that Julianne Westberry suffers the worst kind of karma. I hope it comes in the form of a slow, excruciatingly painful and bloody death.

  5. This woman is deranged. I see her potential for violence in her eyes. Prosecute her. Cruel. A danger to society at large. A time bomb.

  6. It saddens me to no end that these cats won’t receive justice for what was done to them. It infuriates me to think that Julianne Westberry might walk away from this with little more than a slap on the wrist! This has been devastating to so many, people who knew Julianne, animal rescuers who were deceived by her, those that will never know what happened to a beloved pet they entrusted to her care, and of course the cats and kittens she killed, and those who lived but suffered terribly because of her. Justice, authorities..JUSTICE!!!

  7. I completely agree that the pressure should be kept up for justice. I have said it before and I’ll say it again these cases tend to fizzle out through a lack of commitment from police and prosecution service because, “it is only cats”.

    Your comparison between cats and dogs is depressing. Cats do seem to get the short end of the wedge. I signed the petition.

    • Since technically petitions are just a show of support, people are encouraged to contact Chrissy Adams at the solicitor’s office. Phone number is (864)260-4046

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