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UPDATED MONDAY AUGUST 15, 2016 9:00 A.M. BY DAVY V.
According to the veterinarian at East River Veterinary Hospital, who pronounced Jocelyn Evans' dogs dead on arrival, the temperatures of both dogs "maxed out the thermometer."
In a report, the attending veterinarian wrote:
"An internal body temperature was taken of both dogs and it was found that the dogs’ temperatures maxed out the thermometer at 111 degrees Fahrenheit.”
A second report, by a veterinarian with the Humane Society of Rochester, NY who performed a necropsy on Roxy and Blue reads:
"In my professional opinion, the circumstances surrounding the death of these animals, being left outside on a hot day with no access to water, in conjunction with necropsy findings, indicate heat stroke as most likely cause of death.”
(From left to right) Roxy and Blue
The Evans home at 84 Sedgley Park, West Henrietta, NY.
By DAVY V.
The Rochester, NY area woman who accused of leaving her two dogs to die in 90-plus degree heat, neglecting their health and well being, ironically enough is employed as Vice President of Enrollment Management for Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield, one of the biggest health insurance companies in the country.
According to the Blue Cross/Blue Shield website, Jocelyn Evans is employed as Vice President of Enrollment Management.
In other words, if you have Blue Cross Blue Shield Insurance, Jocelyn Evans oversees your health insurance policy.
How ironic that an individual who neglected the lives of her own two innocent pets, is employed as Vice President of enrollment for one of the biggest health insurance companies.
As anyone who loves animals, this case has really disturbed me.
Especially considering that Jocelyn Evans left her two dogs to die in high heat, but yet her and her family enjoy the comfort of central air conditioning in their $200K-plus suburban home at 84 Sedgley Park in West Henrietta, NY.
Check out the close up photo of Jocelyn Evan's home below, which shows a central air unit.
Central air unit at the Evans home.
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By DAVY V.
In New York State, you can get more time in jail for getting caught with a relatively small amount of marijuana, than you can for animal cruelty.
Take, for example, Jocelyn Evans, a Henrietta, NY woman who left her two dogs to die in 90-plus degree heat, on July 22nd, by refusing to give them water, or provide them with shade at her 84 Sedgley Park home.
A Rochester, NY area veterinarian confirmed that the two dogs died of heat stroke.
The 41-year old Evans has been charged with failure to provide proper sustenance and adequate shelter to her two female dogs, a Rottweillwer Roxy and a Great Dane Blue.
But despite the fact that Evans intentionally and willfully neglected her dogs, the charges she faces are only misdemeanors, punishable by no more than $1,000 fine and no more than one year in jail.
But even then, the chances that Evans will do a year, let alone a day in jail, are slim to none.
If you ask me, for leaving two beautiful dogs to die in the heat, denying them water, Jocelyn Evans deserves to be chained to a tree in 90-plus degree heat, without so much as a drop of water, and left there to die herself.
Jocelyn Evans is due to appear in Henrietta, NY Town court on August 23rd.
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