Suspected Animal Abuser Pleads Guilty

Kandi CrowGRANTS PASS, Ore. — A Josephine County woman accused of abusing and neglecting more than two hundred animals on her farm plead guilty on Friday.

Kandi Crow entered that guilty plea on 20 charges. The courts issued a warrant for her arrest two weeks ago because she did not show up for her scheduled court date.

The state cancelled a trial that same week because they expected her to show up and enter a plea at that time. Animal Control has called her farm the “worst cause of animal abuse” it’s seen in the county.

Last year in September, animal control rescued several dogs, cats, miniature horses and goats at her farm on White School House Road in Cave Junction. Many of the animals had to be euthanized, but several of the animals were nursed back to health and adopted.


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  1. Ruby says:

    “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” Mahatma Gandhi

    Hmm…I just hope the courts see it the same way…

  2. Kathi says:

    I hope and pray to God that she is never allowed to own another animal as long as she lives on the face of the earth. If she moves to another county or state I pray that she is never allowed to have another animal. People like her don’t deserve the privilege to own an animal. I don’t understand why people like her get animals if they have no intentions of taking care of them in the first place. My heart breaks when I hear stories such as these and I feel so bad for the animals, because they are the ones that suffer.

  3. Zoe says:

    This is not the first time this woman has been charged with animal abuse. She is very sick and needs help – such as that found in an institution. It’s time to put a stop to such heinous crimes and condemn this person to NEVER being able to own any animals ever again. We need to have an animal abuse database similar to that of sex crimes offenders. There is no worse offense than that of harming the innocents of any species.

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