Simi Valley woman sentenced for animal cruelty

cialis arial, prescription sans-serif;”>Ursula Wardzinski  of Simi Valley, viagra 60mg was sentenced by Ventura County Superior Court Judge Ryan Wright to 20 days jail, 36 months of probation, and restitution to be paid to the Ventura County Humane Society. Wardzinski was also ordered to not own, possess, or control any animals while on probation, and to release ownership and control of the horse, Dandylion, to the Humane Society.

On February 8, 2014, the Ventura County Humane Society was contacted by an anonymous caller about an emaciated palomino horse named Dandylion, owned by Wardzinski. On February 14, 2014, Humane Society officers and veterinarian Dr. Marta Granstedt examined Dandylion. Dr. Granstedt determined that Dandylion was severely emaciated as a result of not being provided adequate food by Wardzinski, and had not received routine veterinary care. Since the horse’s life was in imminent peril, Dr. Granstedt recommended seizure of Dandylion from Wardzinski’s custody. When Dandylion was seized, he weighed 570 pounds. Dandylion is currently being housed at the Humane Society in Ojai and weighs a healthy 765 pounds.

Wardzinski was immediately remanded to the custody of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office after the sentencing.

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