Help get justice for Karley, a puppy beaten to death!

On Nov 3rd., 2008, Karley got out of HER yard.(speculation is that the susp. MAY have let her out of her yard)  Karley went directly to a neighbors yard.  This neighbor started to walk Karley back to her residence when the susp., GLYNN JOHNSON, an ASSISTANT CHIEF with the LA COUNTY FIRE DEPT. intercepted the neighbor & said that he would take Karley back home.  The original neighbor, who later said that he didn’t have a good feeling about doing this, agreed to let Johnson take her home.  It was in a matter of SECONDS, that Johnson started beating Karley with his CLOSED FISTS.  When the original neighbor saw this, he ran down his driveway to Johnsons yard to stop the beating.  Before he could get there, Johnson was witnessed PRYING Karley’s mouth open.  By doing this, he BROKE her jaw.  He then grabbed a LARGE ROCK & started beating Karley over the head with it.  The other neighbor was able to distract Johnson long enough for Karley to escape.  Karley then ran & hid under a bush.  Karley had the WILL to live but her injuries were BEYOND repairable.  She had a crushed skull, broken jaw, swelling of the brain & more.  Karley had to make her journey to the Rainbow Bridge. 

The suspect later went to the hospital, CLAIMING that he was ATTACKED by Karley.  He had bite wounds to his thumb.  He later called his supervisor to tell him what had taken place…that he had to kill his neighbors dog because he had been attacked. 

To this date, Johnson has REFUSED to cooperate with Riverside, Ca. Sheriff’s Dept.  To this date, Johnson is STILL with the LA County Fire Dept. As of this date, Johnson is on PAID ADMINISTRATIVE LEAVE.

We are asking for signatures in order to get this suspect charged with the BRUTAL killing of his neighbors dog, Karley.
We are also asking that you write to the Riverside District Attorney.  Here’s that information:  CHUCK HUGHES, Riverside County DA…4075 Main St….Riverside, Ca.  92501

Please visit Karley’s website created by her owners:
Please do what you can to help.  And PLEASE, PASS THIS PETITION ON TO YOUR FRIENDS.  We need all the signatures we can get:

On behalf of KARLEY, I thank you from the bottom of my heart.  Karley may be gone, but she WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN.  Karley, you are loved to the moon & back.

Thank you



Arizona / California- 2 goats and a rooster need TLC!

Donnie and Marie:

Donnie and Marie are best buddies and need to be adopted together! They recently arrived at the Morning Starr Animal Sanctuary and are adjusting well. Both are 5 years old goats. They are both very friendly. Donnie’s hooves were not taken care of by his previous owner and they need some help. The sanctuary is working on them, but it may take some time. They’re up to date on shots and they have been altered. These two would make great additions to any barnyard family!

Donnie and Marie are located at Morning Starr Animal Sanctuary Inc. in Cornville, AZ.
Click HERE to view Donnie’s Petfinder page.

Click HERE to view Marie’s Petfinder page.

Please contact Fran ( for more information about Donnie and Marie.


This is Dudley, a 7-month-old rooster.  He was incubated as a classroom school project and hatched along with 8 other chicks. While many of his sisters and brothers have found homes, Dudley resides at the San Diego Humane Society outdoor, private Sherman Street facility as a Hidden Gem. While he is not available for public viewing, he remains hopeful to find a loving family and new home to call his own.

Dudley is a social rooster handled regularly by adults and children ages 5 years and older. He is very welcoming of human interaction and is not known to peck. Dudley is also not phased by the noise and company of other animals such as dogs, cats and chickens. In actuality, he enjoys it!

Dudley crows as the sunrises, but not consistently throughout the day. He spends his time resting, socializing and exploring. He also loves to eat veggies and fruits as treats, and table scraps such as organic cereals, rice and noodles. He came to the shelter as an extremely healthy and happy rooster and has remained so ever since! All Dudley needs is a welcoming family and home to cherish.

*If you cannot adopt Dudley, you can sponsor him and help him live a comfy and worry free life at the shelter until he finds a family. Check out his Petfinder page for more info.

 Click HERE to view Dudley’s Petfinder page and to VIEW A VIDEO OF THE DAY IN THE LIFE OF DUDLEY!

If you’d like to meet Dudley our friendly rooser please contact Aimee Hebert at or (619) 243-3452.