Categories: Headliner
      Date: Feb 25, 2013
     Title: Peaceful protest in Dalhart

By TAMMI KATE LEDFORD

The frigid morning did not deter the planned protest in Dalhart on Saturday, February 23 to fight abuse and promote service available in the community.
The Dalhart Texan has closely followed the animal cruelty case involving Karrie Calfy Arroyo from January 15, 2013. Over 80 starving, injured and ill animals were surrendered from her home on Conlen, a few days later the Dallam County Sheriff’s Office seized seven severely malnourished horses following the Potter County case in which 32 dogs were surrendered in late December 2012.



By TAMMI KATE LEDFORD

The frigid morning did not deter the planned protest in Dalhart on Saturday, February 23 to fight abuse and promote service available in the community.
The Dalhart Texan has closely followed the animal cruelty case involving Karrie Calfy Arroyo from January 15, 2013. Over 80 starving, injured and ill animals were surrendered from her home on Conlen, a few days later the Dallam County Sheriff’s Office seized seven severely malnourished horses following the Potter County case in which 32 dogs were surrendered in late December 2012.  As the case became public, a group of citizens in Dallam and Hartley County area came together to bring the seriousness of animal abuse and neglect to light, in the community. The group, Citizens Against Abuse in Dalhart (CAAD), is concerned with all types of abuse and neglect including children and the elderly.

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