Woman charged after 2 dogs saved from fire die in her care

JACKSON — A woman was charged with animal cruelty on Thursday after two dogs died under her care, officials said.

Laura Pople, 55, is the executive director of an animal sanctuary in Jackson called Seer Farm. Following a fire at home in Jersey City on March 2016, two dogs — Rocky and Fluffy — were sent to Seers Farm by the American Red Cross, according to Frank Rizzo, the chief of the New Jersey Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

Both dogs died while they were being cared for by Pople at the farm, Rizzo said. However, Pople was …read more

Source: NJ.com Ocean

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