Two charged for starving dogs to death
Two dogs left in the care of friends while their owner was out of town for work met with a slow and painful fate last month.
Two Waynesville residents face felony animal cruelty charges after allegedly starving the woman's Boston Terrier and 11-month-old Chihuahua to death.
According to police reports filed at the Haywood County Sheriff's Office, Chasity Renee Albritton, 29, and Christopher Dakota Cobler, 26, both of Parton Drive, Waynesville, had agreed to care for a friend's two dogs and cat while she was in New York for work.
The two were instructed to let the dogs outside every morning and bring them inside the house and feed them each night. In return, the owner of the animals, Jamie Furr, was paying the couple $100 each week.
Furr, who left home at the beginning of November, told ...