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US police arrest woman living with 100 thousand cockroaches

"Snow White." US police arrest woman living with 100 thousand cockroaches (photos)     The US police  Arrested social worker Her friends called her "Snow White." Because of their excessive love of animals and insects Living with 100 thousands of cockroaches in her house.

"Snow White." US police arrest woman living

with 100 thousand cockroaches (photos)

The US police

  • Arrested social worker
  • Her friends called her "Snow White."
  • Because of their excessive love of animals and insects
  • Living with 100 thousands of cockroaches in her house.

The Daily Star reported that

Karen Keys, 51 

also kept about 300 animals in conditions described as "brutal", including 118 rabbits, 150 birds, seven turtles, three snakes and 15 cats, among others, all of whom were in her home.

Officials said last Tuesday that when rescuers entered the house they had to wear special suits to resist toxic smells spread at home.

The newspaper reported that the smell was so bad that animal rescuers were advised not to stay inside for more than a few minutes because of the floor covered in animal waste.

The Daily Star reported that the woman

a social worker 

began to raise doubts earlier this month when firefighters were called to the property in New York, where she also met her clients and patients.

The complaint appeared to have been initiated by those (customers and patients) who did not bear the smell of her home according to reports by the US network NBC New York.

Ovolk District Prosecutor Gad Pinter stated that

the home's situation represented a terrible living environment that should not be borne by any animal or human being.

Prosecutors confirmed that all animals were expected to survive, however, many groups of animal specialists were called in to help contain their large number.

Magistrate Keys was charged

  1. inter alia
  2. with animal cruelty
  3. as she could be sent to prison if convicted.

Benefits and damage of pet husbandry at home

Are you thinking of raising pets in your home? Making such a decision is not that easy in fact, opinions are divided between opponents and supporters of this idea, especially for those who do not like or appeal to animals of origin.

In this article I will present you with the benefits and harms of raising pets at home, while studying the pros and cons that help you make the right decision that suits you.

Benefits of pet husbandry at home:

There are a lot of recent studies that have shown that pet husbandry has positive effects

benefits for the owner; Let's get to know it:

Mood Improvement

Studies have shown that pets help change mood for the better, and reduce chances of depression and frustration.

Getting rid of loneliness

Raising pets at home, especially for the elderly and those living alone, helps alleviate their loneliness, which contributes to improving their mental and physical health.

Amusement and leisure

You can have a good time playing with these pets, which feels entertaining and entertaining about yourself.

A sense of responsibility

If you are thinking about something that helps you teach your children to take responsibility, there is no doubt that taking care of your children's pets contributes to their sense of responsibility, whether it be by feeding them, bathing them or walking them in picnics.

Protection and security

You can choose to breed trained dogs to provide protection and security for your home, and to remove the risk of thieves and thefts.

Physical Activity

Having pets in your home will always encourage you to move around and go a lot for walks, which at the same time means doing a good walk for you, reflecting positively on your physical health.

Damage to pet husbandry:

For all the above benefits, pet husbandry at home has damages to be taken into account when making the appropriate decision. Of the most important damages resulting from this order:

Allergic and eczema diseases

Some pets, such as dogs and cats, are allergic to the inhabitants of the home, because of their excretion of allergic substances, which causes many problems, especially for children in the home, as well as for pregnant women, who may be greatly affected by this problem.

Infection from some diseases

Animals themselves may develop some diseases and infections, which are transmitted to the inhabitants of the house, especially children, easily. These symptoms occur in children in lymphoma, fever, pulmonary infections, as well as convulsions, and some other more serious diseases that may even reach brain infections.

Parrot Disease

This disease is associated with parrot husbandry at home, which is a pneumonia caused by chlamydia bacteria.

Salmonia Disease

Some may choose to breed reptiles at home such as a turtle, which transmits this disease, one of its symptoms is intestinal contractions and fever, and this disease may be difficult to treat with antibiotics.


This disease is one of the most serious diseases transmitted by animals to humans and is contracted by some dog. If the necessary procedures are not followed, the basic measures and precautions are taken and the injection against the disease is taken, the patient may die.

Presence of fleas and villages

The presence of these organisms is normal if you choose to breed animals, as fleas and ticks live in the bodies of these animals, and it is easy for humans, especially young people, to infect them, cause itching and allergies, as well as transmit many diseases and germs.

The list of damage is not limited to these diseases, there are a lot of other diseases that may be transmitted to humans as a result of raising pets in their home, but nonetheless by taking precautionary measures and measures you can avoid these diseases

The most important means of prevention are:

Periodically and continuously vaccinate animals against diseases.

Washing hands after touching these animals and playing with them, using sanitizers and washing animal pots away from home residents' pots.

Immediately eliminate animal stool

clean the place of waste, sanitize it with hot water and disinfectant, and prefer to take care to use protective paws when disposing of stool and excrement.

If the same person suffers any wounds, all distances from the animals should be kept away, due to weak immunity at this time, which is likely to receive the animal's infection through the wound.