Alleged UPS Worker Sold Suffering Injured Baby Rabbit for $10. To Be Fed Alive To Snakes

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Does United Parcel Service take kindly to their employees inhumanely treating household pets?  Makayla Dye rabbit/animal breeder appears to be representing UPS on Facebook. 

Dye posted a baby rabbit for sale as a "live feeder" in a Facebook group to reptile owners while stating the baby rabbit had a leg injury for weeks and was not getting better.  It appears the helpless baby rabbit was neglected and not taken to a Veterinarian causing weeks of suffering then sold for $10.00 as live snake food.  To further the cruelty of an untreated leg injury, Dye deliberately sought out a snake owner to use the baby rabbit as live food causing even more suffering that would result in terror and an excruciating death. 

Failure to provide animals with medical attention causing unnecessary or unjustifiable suffering in WA State is Animal cruelty in the second degree.

Rabbit rescues and pet owners offered to purchase the baby at a higher price and would have given him proper medical care and the life he deserves; Dye refused the offers.

We the petitioners request David Abney, President of UPS investigate if Makayla Dye is in fact an employee of UPS and if so; take responsibility and ask the proper authorities to investigate the whereabouts and condition of this injured baby rabbit and request the animal cruelty laws in Washington State be upheld. 

We further request the Humane Society, SPCA Cowlitz Animal Control uphold WA State animal cruelty laws and investigate the whereabouts and condition of this injured baby rabbit, lack of Veterinary care given and provide a wellness check on all animals in care of breeder Makayla L Dye, Castle Rock, WA 98611 as well as check on any licensing required to sell animals for profit.

WHAT CAN YOU DO?  
- Respectfully call UPS Corporate with your concerns - 404-828-6000

- Respectfully call Humane Society, SPCA Cowlitz AC - 360-577-0151
request a wellness check on all animals in care of breeder Makayla L Dye, Castle, Rock, WA 98611 as well as check on any licensing required to sell animals.

- Report concerns of tax fraud - 800-829-0433
Selling animals and cages are considered income.

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Washington State Legislature
RCW 16.52.207
Animal cruelty in the second degree - Penalty.
(1) (a) Fails to provide the animal with necessary shelter, rest, sanitation, space, or medical attention and the animal suffers unnecessary or unjustifiable physical pain as a result of the failure;

It is a concern if UPS provides background checks on their employees.  Several news stories of UPS employees are found online regarding different crimes, DUI, rape, sexual assault, indecent exposure and numerous thefts.  

- "Authorities also say Darland, while driving for UPS, admitted to having sex with the pets of his customers when they weren't home".

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