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Nothing seemed unusual when a woman dropped off her bulldog at Secret Garden Pet Resort, a dog kennel and groomers on Aug. 23. She gave the clerk her dog’s health certificate, which said his name was William Katz, a middle-aged brown-and-white bulldog. The woman gave a phone number, and said her name was Melanie Wichester. Staff at the groomers noticed the dog’s cloudy eyes, and pressure sores on his skin, his patchy fur, but they went about washing him and trimming his claws.
Grooming a dog takes two or three hours, said the business’s co-owner Lara Cori, so it was not unusual for the owner to leave. The groomers called Wichester when they were done grooming William, but no one answered, Cori said. As the afternoon wore on, it became clear “Melanie Wichester” was not coming back. Cori called East Bridgewater’s Animal Control Officer, Lisa McKay. McKay and East Bridgewater police officer Patrick O’Brien reviewed footage from the groomers’ security cameras, and saw that the woman had walked up the groomer’s long driveway instead of driving so the woman could not be identified through her car’s license plate.
They asked people at a nearby gas station if they had seen the woman, who had long red hair and an eyepatch. McKay and O’Brien also spoke with several neighbors, to ask if they had seen the woman or the dog. McKay also called Chelsea Weiand, an officer of the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals law enforcement department, to help figure out who was responsible for the dog. Weiand and McKay said the dog’s condition — the advanced ear infections, the sores — suggested he had been neglected for a long time. McKay said the town donated $100 from the animal control budget for William’s immediate medical needs. Just enough to keep him comfortable, she said.
He will need surgeries for his ears, and other treatment for a corneal ulcer and sores on his skin.
Arggghhhh!!! Someone make this skank walk the plank!!
What a degenerate though. And why do these people pick on bulldogs? If you can’t take care of a dog then don’t get a dog. This isn’t brain surgery.
Anyway, I figured this ginger pirate was a ratchet extraordinaire with a buttload of Google trophies who would be found rather quickly. But it’s been two days since the East Bridgewater Police released this video and she has not been named or arrested.
Until right now.
Turns out Carl Crimes actually masquerades as a respected member of society, and was dimed out to Turtleboy by a close family friend. Her name is Patricia Welch from Plymouth:
She owns Positive Effects LLC, whose mission statement according to their website is:
“A business professional for over 25 years who’s main goal is to “Make a Difference” in a throwaway society while employing those unemployed first and feeding those in need.”
Yup. She’s an organic hippie chick who wants to do something about our “throwaway society.” Just a reminder, she literally threw away a dog after neglecting him for a long time.
Here she is in quite possibly the most boring video in the history of Youtube, explaining what her company is all about:
At first I wasn’t sure it was her. But our source insists it’s 1,000% her, and has alerted the MSPCA who claim charges are being filed. Also, our source tells her that that is Trish Welch’s dog, which is named Willie. The name she gave for the dog was William Katz. They also told us that her credentials on LinkedIn are all fake as well:
No word yet if either the East Bridgewater or Plymouth Police are aware of this, but hopefully they will be now.
Take em away toys!!