A North West Action for Animals Petition.
STAND UP FOR WHATS RIGHT. SAY NO TO LILLY COOPER AND HER BACK STREET PUPPY BOUTIQUE!
A woman arrested after dead dogs were seized in RSPCA raids is planning to run a puppy-selling business from the same house. Lilly Cooper was one of two people arrested as 90 puppies – four of which were dead – were seized at the property on Marple Road, Offerton, Stockport.
The house was one of two Stockport addresses raided by police and the RSPCA in November.
Dogs were found in BUCKETS in November when RSPCA and police raided. Now Lilly Cooper wants to continue "in conformity with the current laws"
Stockport council has received a planning application from Ms Cooper to run Lilly’s Puppy Boutique from the property. It was registered as a business in January. The house had been raided as part of an investigation into puppy trafficking from Ireland and the sale of sick dogs via internet adverts.Two of the dead puppies had been left in a bucket in the footwell of a parked car and a further six needed veterinary treatment.
A letter sent with her application to the council states: “This application seeks permission for the change of use to permit the continuing business from the dwelling house. “The applicant advertises and sells puppies via the internet and purchasers make an appointment to collect the puppies"
A solicitor speaking on behalf of Miss Cooper said: “Miss Cooper is aware of the past grounds for concern and is now in the process of establishing her business in conformity with the current laws.
Dogs found in buckets in November when RSPCA and police raided. Now Lilly Cooper wants to continue "in conformity with the current laws"
Full Manchster Evening News storys can be found by following the links below
Original raid story from November.
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