Florida delegates were called to a hotel to report animal abuse, which they found was much worse.
Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey took to social media to tell the story of a 6-year-old who was living in uncleanness with caged and emaciated animals.
Ivey said animal enforcement officers were walking up the steps of the hotel and they could literally smell the ammonia coming out of the room from all the feces and urine there.
Kristen Willoughby, who is in the room with 5 cats and 4 dogs, 5 cats and 4 dogs, and a 6-year-old child.
Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey said: ‘This woman should not be allowed to care for a pet rock, a six-year-old child, four dogs and five cats. “Thanks to a concerned citizenry and the quick response of our Animal Enforcement Officers, children and pets are now safe from harm and recovering from abuse!”
DCF was called to the scene to assist and Ivey was not satisfied with the outcome. “What a useless group. Zero, they did in this case. They didn’t even try to take the baby out of the mother’s arms and put it in the hands of the grandparents, who were desperately trying to save the child’s life,” Ivey said.
“When you look at this, the DCF needs to act together,” says Ivey.
“Thanks to some of the amazing investigative work of Special Agent Jennifer Straight and Circuit Judge David Koenig, who realized the impact of this case, Kristin Willoughby is now right where she belongs… sitting in the room incarcerated at the Brevard County Jail on a $60,000 bond,” said Ivey.
As seen in the video, Ivey puts Willoughby in jail, reminds her of the $60,000, and tells her, “Unfortunately, the cage you’ll be staying in is a bit bigger.”
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