Inside the squalid house where a woman with 34 ducks, four chickens and a guinea pig lived

He added that Ms. Staines was genuinely trying to take care of herself. to the animals

A woman was fined $ 42,000 for keeping 34 ducks, four chickens, three cats, two dogs and a guinea pig in her house in precarious living conditions.

Rachel Staines, 37, pleaded guilty to the Magistrates Court of Beenleigh in Queensland for animal negligence. You will pay a total of $ 42,409.50 for veterinary and boarding costs and an additional $ 92.90 for legal costs.

The RSPCA Australia animal protection service also discovered that Ms. Staines violated her obligation to care for the animals by inspecting her house full of feces, according to The Courier Mail.

He added that Ms. Staines was genuinely trying to take care of herself. to the animals

He added that Ms. Staines was genuinely trying to take care of herself. to the animals

Rachel Staines, 37, (photo) pleaded guilty to the Magistrates Court of Beenleigh in Queensland for animal negligence

Rachel Staines, 37, (photo) pleaded guilty to the Magistrates Court of Beenleigh in Queensland for animal negligence

Rachel Staines, 37, (photo) pleaded guilty to the Magistrates Court of Beenleigh in Queensland for animal negligence

In September of last year, the neighbors informed the RSPCA that the herd of animals was kept inside the house Beaudesert of Mrs. Staines.

The following month, the police and the RSPCA executed a search warrant for Ms. Staines' house, where they found that "there was a strong smell of faeces and urine emanating from the house," The Courier Mail reported.

However, Ms. Staines has responded to the RSPCA through her social networks in a scathing publication.

"It's about the abuse, the flagrant lies and the pre-established agenda of rspca (sic) and the way they have intentionally orchestrated, lied, intimidated, intimidated, harassed (sic) and executed their own agenda from the beginning," she said. Facebook.

"We are about to lose our precious ducks due to the fake & expert opinion of their veterinarian and the fact that they had absolutely no intention of returning them to us," he continued.

"Regardless of the fact that they had no case, they did what they had to do and they crouched as low as was necessary to get another & # 39; & # 39; notch on the belt & # 39; & # 39;

Attorney Karl Brandon said his client admitted that his home had unhealthy living conditions, but he also defended Ms. Staines by saying that this was only a temporary situation.

Attorney Karl Brandon said his client admitted that his home had unhealthy living conditions, but he also defended Ms. Staines by saying that this was only a temporary situation.

Attorney Karl Brandon said his client admitted that his home had unhealthy living conditions, but he also defended Ms. Staines by saying that this was only a temporary situation.

The RSPCA Australia animal protection service also discovered that Ms. Staines failed to meet her obligation to care for the animals by inspecting her feces, where there was garbage.

The RSPCA Australia animal protection service also discovered that Ms. Staines failed to meet her obligation to care for the animals by inspecting her feces, where there was garbage.

The RSPCA Australia animal protection service also discovered that Ms. Staines failed to meet her obligation to care for the animals by inspecting her feces, where there was garbage.

She also went on to say that the RSPCA had no reason to take her animals.

& # 39; I know that our story is far from unique, in fact so far from it, it is tragic, I KNOW that there are many others for whom RSPCA has snatched their animals for absolutely no legitimate reason, have been treated as criminals and In the end, she wrote.

The court also heard that some of the ducks and chickens were underweight and suffered from mild leprosy, a bacterial infection and inflammatory reaction in the feet of the birds.

A chicken was also sacrificed due to septic arthritis.

The court also heard that some of the ducks and chickens were underweight and suffered from leprosy, bacterial infection and inflammatory reaction in the legs of the birds.

The court also heard that some of the ducks and chickens were underweight and suffered from leprosy, bacterial infection and inflammatory reaction in the legs of the birds.

The court also heard that some of the ducks and chickens were underweight and suffered from leprosy, bacterial infection and inflammatory reaction in the legs of the birds.

Lawyer Karl Brandon said his client admitted that his home had unhealthy living conditions, but he also defended Ms. Staines by saying that this was only a temporary situation until the straws were replaced.

Mr. Brandon also told the court that Ms. Staines took the animals to her home because the council had taken over some of them due to a noise complaint.

He added that Ms. Staines was genuinely trying to take care of herself. to the animals.

Ms. Staines has been banned from owning animals for two years and was given a trial period of 12 months.

A woman was fined $ 42,000 for keeping 34 ducks, four chickens, three cats, two dogs and a guinea pig in her house in precarious living conditions.

A woman was fined $ 42,000 for keeping 34 ducks, four chickens, three cats, two dogs and a guinea pig in her house in precarious living conditions.

A woman was fined $ 42,000 for keeping 34 ducks, four chickens, three cats, two dogs and a guinea pig in her house in precarious living conditions.

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