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There cannot be a crueler treatment for any dog than starving them to death on purpose. Apparently, this woman Andrea Davies did the same when she moved away with her mum and sister. She didn't tell anyone that 'Labradoodle' cross-breeds, named Koda and Hachi were still locked in her house. It was her landlord who entered the property two months after Andrea had abandoned the property in a disgusting state.
The incident has been reported to RSPCA, and an inspector named Helen Smith found dead bodies of two dogs. Their dead bodies were decomposing in the kitchen and Helen reported that the whole house was filled with smell of the dead bodies. Davies, 23, has now escaped jailtime after pleading guilty to 2 charges of animal cruelty at Liverpool Magistrates' Court.
Peter Mitchel was prosecuting on behalf of RSPCA and he told the judge that the room was 90% filled with dog feces. He also told that according to the post mortem report, the cause of dogs' death is dehydration which would have taken 4 days. James Hatton, defending Davies, said that his client had sunk into depression and had buried her head in the sand. He also went on to state to the judge that Davies' relationship had broken down and she wasn't in a position to take care of her own child let alone two dogs.
Helen Smith told the press after the case that she thinks Davies did this on purpose because she knew there were dogs in the house and she could have told anyone to take care of them. She could have made ONE phone call to any animal shelter and they would have sent people to rescue dogs.
As a result of her negligence, Davies was sentenced to 16 weeks in prison, suspended for 18 months, and given a 16 week curfew between 7pm and 7am. She would be wearing ankle tag and would be monitored and also she would be completing rehabilitation courses under the supervision of the Probation Service as per magistrate's orders. Lastly, she is also banned from keeping animals for the rest of her life and she has to pay a £500 prosecution costs and a £115 victim surcharge.