April 2017 Issue
A New Definition for Animal Hoarding
Itís no longer considered obsessive compulsive behavior but paranoia, depression and an attachment disorder.
Can you identify the animal hoarder in your community? Is she the neighbor who has cats gathering in her yard? Perhaps itís the quiet man who keeps his window shades closed? Or an outgoing community leader? How can you determine the difference between an animal hoarder and someone who responsibly cares for multiple pets The majority of hoarders are women, and the most common animal victims are cats.
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