Two animal shelters in Arizona have blacklisted “rescuers” from pulling dogs from their facilities after it was revealed that dogs pulled from one animal control agency had been dumped months later at a different shelter in another county. On Wednesday, ABC 15 News reported about a couple associated with Kim’s Caring Hearts Rescue and accusations that they are responsible for the failed rescues.
Kimberly Kulpa is one of the alleged “fake” rescuers who has been red-flagged from the Pinal County Animal Shelter and Maricopa County Animal Care facility. This week, social media has been circulating a warning about the “rescue” agency tied to the alleged dog dumping – the warning reads:
911 SPECIAL NETWORKING!!…..PLEASE HELP AND PLEASE SHARE!!…..From November 2016 to January 2017 Kim’s Caring Heart Rescue (belonging to Kim Kulpa) Director Michalel Polnoff dumped at Pinal County Animal Shelter (6) dogs …..THESE TWO STILL ALIVE AND STILL THERE! …..PLEASE OPEN YOUR HEART & YOUR HOME ……ADOPT >>> RESCUE >>>> FOSTER…..SHARE SHARE SHARE!!!
PLEASE if you have any idea where any of the other dogs are that this rescue disposed of please let the public know so that we can help. They could be at any animal shelter across the united states. PLEASE If you can have your local animal shelters check their records for the above mentioned names. PLEASE SHARE THIS INFORMATION
God Bless Pinal County Animal Care Director, Staff and Volunteers!!
Reporters with ABC 15 News attempted to reach the rescue group operators at the agency’s address, but discovered that the house had recently been vacated. According to the news agency, the driveway was littered with trash and a padlock is on the door.
A Google search reveals that the Facebook page for Kim’s Caring Hearts Rescue has been deleted.
(Watch the ABC 15 news clip here)