ALDF v. Woodley | Before the Rescue
Hoarders like Barbara Woodley keep abnormally large numbers of animals for whom they do not provide even the most basic care. Animal victims of hoarders—an estimated quarter-million nationwide—typically suffer horribly as a result, and their misery can go on for years. Images of the dogs rescued in ALDF v. Woodley, and the conditions in which they were found, leave no doubt that hoarding is one of the most egregious forms of animal cruelty facing communities nationwide.
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