Volunteers needed to help move animals after owner charged with abuse

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Kane County Animal Control is looking for volunteers to help move animals found last week on a farm near Hampshire.

The animals include horses, llamas and alpacas that need to be put on trailers to be relocated.

Stacy Fiebelkorn, the owner of the animals, has been charged with animal abuse.

Nine dead animals and 94 others needing food and water, were found at the farm on Route 20.

The owner of that property wants all the animals moved by midnight.

The moving started Tuesday morning with volunteers being asked to show up at the Kane County Animal Control facility near Geneva.

If you’d like to help, you can give them a call at (630) 232-3555 and leave a message.

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1 Comment

  • peta doe

    If these animals are in such “poor” condition then why don’t you show the public the horror? Or perhaps you’re just hiding the fact that woman is innocent because the warrant was never signed by a judge. Do you not realize. Many of those Animals are rescues, saved from illegals using them as tools of torture and mass breeding? Report the truth for a change.