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Thursday, February 5, 2009

25 dead dogs-$62,000

A 40 year old man received $36,720 from Best Friends to take care of 28 dogs who survived Hurricane Katrina.  He owned a kennel and advertised being a dog trainer.  He was given the money to take care of the dogs until they were adopted.  Out of the 28 dogs, he brought 25 of them to a shelter to be killed.  Three dogs were adopted.  

Lorain County Common Pleas Court Judge James Miraldi ordered Donald Chambers to pay a $1,000 fine and $62,124 in restitution to the Best Friends Animal Society in Utah.  

Before imposing his sentence, Miraldi told Chambers, "Your involvement in this process goes way beyond bad business. You went through the deceitful process of taking money and letting these dogs die. I think you have some sociopathic tendencies to behave the way you did."

No one from the family of Donald Chambers wanted to comment about the case.  

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