Humane Society found 38 dead rabbits at home, woman charged

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A woman was prosecuted after finding dozens of animal carcasses in her home. KETV NewsWatch 7 was present when the Humane Society responded to the scene near 149 and Stoneybrook Avenue last month. On Friday, a judge fixed bail for 47-year-old Jaime Kimbrough. She faces two felony counts of neglecting animals. A case that started as a reminder to the Humane Society found a terrible scene in a home in Omaha. There are 38 dead rabbits, two dead parakeets, two dogs, and eight live rabbits. There are also five dead rabbits in another property, and they have also contacted Jaime Kimbrough. “When we opened the door for the first time, it really made us hold our breath and burned our nostrils and lungs. It was very dirty; the animals ran around and couldn’t escape the waste. The dead animals are still here. On the land,” said Ronald Schlabs, site director of the Nebraska Humane Society. On August 19, the director of the scene, Ronald Schlabs, was one of many people who obtained a search warrant and made a terrible discovery at the scene. He said that in some places, there are piles of excrement at least a foot deep. All animals live wherever they are. “Frankly speaking, these living conditions couldn’t be worse. So, it is absolutely terrifying to see this,” Schlabs said. The court documents showed that when the police entered the garage and found the rabbits, they “immediately noticed that there was a height difference because the garage floor was completely covered with rabbit feces.” According to the court documents, they were able to find dead rabbits in a food bag full of rabbits. At that time, they found all 38. They found 6 more bags full of rotten rabbits, but they were too many. Schlabs said. The document went on to say that Kimbrough denied any problems and stated that she was arranged and the animals were in her home. Then said that she chose to kill the rabbits she felt unable to take care of. “This is not any way that any creature must survive,” Schlabs said. Again, Kimbrough was charged with two felony counts of neglecting animals. KETV NewsWatch 7 did contact her, but did not get a reply. If you suspect that you know something similar is happening, the Humane Society of Nebraska wants to encourage people to report such incidents.

A woman was prosecuted after finding dozens of animal carcasses in her home.

Last month, when the Humane Society responded to the scene near 149th and Stoneybrook Boulevard, KETV NewsWatch 7 was there.

On Friday, a judge set bail for 47-year-old Jaime Kimbrough. She faces two felony counts of neglecting animals.

A case that started as a reminder to the Humane Society found a terrible scene in a home in Omaha.

Inside, 38 dead rabbits, two dead parrots, two dogs, and eight live rabbits.

The other five dead rabbits in another property are also related to Jaime Kimbrough.

“When we opened the door for the first time, it really made us hold our breath and burned our nostrils and lungs. It was very dirty; the animals ran around and couldn’t escape the waste. The dead animals are still here. On the land,” said Ronald Schlabs, site director of the Nebraska Humane Society.

On August 19, site supervisor Ronald Schlabs was one of many people who obtained a search warrant and made a terrible discovery at the scene.

He said that in some places, there are feces piles at least one foot deep.

Where all animals live.

“Frankly speaking, these living conditions couldn’t be worse. So, it is absolutely terrifying to see this,” Schlabs said.

According to court documents, when the police entered the garage and found the rabbit, they “immediately noticed that there was a height difference because the garage floor was completely covered by rabbit feces.”

According to court documents, they found rabbit food bags full of dead rabbits. At that time, they found all 38.

They found six more bags of rotting rabbits, but the number was beyond count.

Schlabs said: “Another more unusual and disturbing thing is the number of dead animals that still remain in the property and have not been properly cared for.”

The document went on to say that Kimbrough denied any problems and stated that she was arranged and that the animals were the place in her home. Then said that she chose to kill the rabbits she felt unable to take care of.

“This is not any way that any creature must survive,” Schlabs said.

Kimbro was again charged with two felony counts of neglecting animals.

KETV NewsWatch 7 did contact her, but did not get a reply.

If you suspect that you know something similar is happening, the Humane Society of Nebraska wants to encourage people to report such incidents.

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