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Suffolk County SPCA Detectives Charge Friends Of Freddie Animal Rescue President With Animal Cruelty

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Barbara Sanelliof Middle Island, 60, is accused of failing to provide proper medical care to rescue dogs that were in her care.

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Suffolk County SPCA have charged Barbara Sanelli, 60, President of Friends of Freddie Animal Rescue, with Animal Cruelty.

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Middle Island, NY - October 16, 2017 - Suffolk County SPCA Detectives have charged the President of Friends of Freddie Animal Rescue with Animal Cruelty on October 15, 2017.
 
Barbara Sanelli, 60, of Middle Island, NY was charged with multiple counts of animal neglect for failing to provide proper medical care to rescue dogs that were in her care as President of Friends of Freddie Pet Rescue in Middle Island.
 
Sanelli is due in First District  Court on December 14th, 2017.
  
Chief Gross said that animal cruelty will not be tolerated  in Suffolk County. If you witness any incident of animal cruelty or neglect in Suffolk County please contact the Suffolk County SPCA at (631) 382-7722. All calls will be kept confidential.
  
The Suffolk County SPCA, established in 1984, is a private, nonprofit, charitable organization and the voice for animals in Suffolk County. We are not affiliated with, a subdivision of, or funded by any other local, state or national humane organization We do not receive taxpayer or public funding. Please help us to provide a better life for pets and other animals in Suffolk County. 
 
A criminal charge is an accusation. A defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.