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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

How to care for animals burned in a fire, wildfire, wildlife - Mary Cummins, Animal Advocates

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When people find ill and injured animals their first instinct is to give it food and water. If an animal is extremely cold, hot, dehydrated, emaciated, ill or injured, this can quickly overload the animal’s system and cause it to die quickly. That’s why we wrote an article about how to care for extremely emaciated, dehydrated, ill and injured animals.

Here are some instructions if you find ill, injured, burned, singed animals in or around the fire area. Animals involved in fires have respiratory injuries due to the inhalation of air heated to a temps over 122F° which results in burns of the mouth, oropharynx and upper airway. The main cause of death on these patients is smoke inhalation associated to the fall of oxygen concentration due to carbon monoxide and dioxide during combustion.

Safely get the animal into a pet crate, container. Your safety and the safety of the animal are important. If possible, do not touch the animal. Lure the animal into a pet crate with a tiny piece of food. You can also corral the animal into the crate. If you cannot safely get the animal into a crate, stop and call a wildlife rehabilitator or animal control.

Cover the crate with a towel and place in a quiet place away from other animals or humans. Contact a wildlife rehabilitator or animal control. Do not give food or water at this time unless instructed by a wildlife rehabilitator or veterinarian. If you can't find a wildlife rehabilitator or veterinarian, follow instructions in the article linked above and the one below.

The below link is an article for veterinarians, vet techs, wildlife rehabilitators about medical management of burned animals.

*Photo credit, Ray Chavez.

Medical Management of Burned Animals, WSAVA 2002 Congress, Luis H. Tello, DVM, MS.

Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates is a wildlife rehabilitator licensed by the California Department of Fish and Game and the USDA. Mary Cummins is also a licensed real estate appraiser in Los Angeles, California.


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Saturday, November 10, 2018

Richard Delp arrested for sexually assaulting a beaver and possession of methamphetamine - Mary Cummins

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On September 3, 2018 Richard Martin Delp was arrested for sexually assaulting a beaver who had been hit by a car. A woman had found the beaver in the street and placed it on a blanket to drag it out of the street so it wouldn't be hit again. Woman went to get help and came back half an hour later to see Richard Delp laying next to the beaver with his pants down. When she asked him what he was doing he responded "it's just a beaver." The beaver died. Delp wanted to plead guilty but Judge told him to hold off until he got an attorney. Delp admitted to what he did but said he was under the influence of drugs at the time. I don't know the outcome of the case. The case is closed. I see no sentencing.

Below are photos the woman took of the beaver as she tried to rescue it.



Here is an evidence photo taken by police.


https://www.newsweek.com/man-sex-injured-beaver-washington-1106423?fbclid=IwAR3MKKq6Kys9CYDoq-ESpQR4IFaqEbVxnIo35hj39QuYFXjzbIKwiYAPjh0

He'd previously been arrested or carrying a concealed weapon and intimidation in 2009.

https://www.tri-cityherald.com/news/local/crime/article31760616.html

He has a long history of criminal behavior. He clearly has mental health issues and a drug problem to be able to commit this crime. I omitted the first one as the person had a different middle name.

2 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist 1Z0567406 08-18-2011
3 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist 2Z0144132 09-25-2012
4 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist R00022529 12-06-2007
5 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist 1Z0104769 04-14-2011
6 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist R9Y000090 09-30-2009
7 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist K00045179 09-16-2009
8 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Pasco Municipal C00026339 03-03-2006
9 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist K00053623 09-12-2011
10 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist J14Y06335 10-06-2014
11 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist PC14Y0708 10-06-2014
12 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist 1Z0630377 09-20-2011
13 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist 2Z0721050 11-07-2012
14 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist R00018760 05-08-2006
15 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist R9Y000089 09-30-2009
16 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist K00064554 08-25-2014
17 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist J00515706 01-30-2006
18 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist 4Z0230590 02-13-2014
19 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist 2Z0640233 09-07-2012
20 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Pasco Municipal 4Z0889338 12-08-2014
21 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist 1Z0501761 07-13-2011
22 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist 6Z0574698 05-12-2016
23 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist 6Z0815282 09-06-2016
24 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist 6Z0946649 10-12-2016
25 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist 6Z0102863 12-05-2016
26 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist 6Z0946580 12-12-2016
27 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist J17Y06000 01-09-2017
28 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist 7Z1086254 09-20-2017
29 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Franklin District Y7-000260 02-09-2007
30 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist 8Z0803739 07-25-2018
31 Delp, Richard Martin
Defendant Benton County Dist PC18Y0543 09-04-2018

I searched the case above and it is listed as closed.

Here he is in jail.

DELP, RICHARD MARTIN 35 W/M 58272 9/4/2018 12:49:43AM

fel/misd Charge Bond Amount Bond Status PodCause #

1810111803 F CASH OR BOND ACCEPTED

$0.00 202ANIMAL CRUELTY-1

1810111803 F CASH OR BOND ACCEPTED

$5,000.00 202METH POSSESS

Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates is a wildlife rehabilitator licensed by the California Department of Fish and Game and the USDA. Mary Cummins is also a licensed real estate appraiser in Los Angeles, California.


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Donald Trump wrong about California fires. They're not forest fires. He defunded National Park Service which prevents fires

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UPDATE: A fire expert just tweeted to Trump. "Mr. President, with all due respect, you are wrong.  The fires in So. Cal are urban interface fires and have NOTHING to do with forest management.  Come to SoCal and learn the facts & help the victims.  Scott Austin, Pres IAFF 809. @IAFFNewsDesk"

ORIGINAL: Trump stated that California's fires are the result of "gross mismanagement of the forests." One, Trump defunded the National Park Service which is in charge of the forests and preventing forest fires. Two, most of these fires are not "forest" fires. The SoCal fires are chaparral brush land. They're bushes. Three, we have mandatory brush clearance in these areas. Brush clearance won't help much with very strong winds and very dry conditions. Trump should hush it on issues he doesn't know or understand. California gives more to the federal government than it receives.

Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates is a wildlife rehabilitator licensed by the California Department of Fish and Game and the USDA. Mary Cummins is also a licensed real estate appraiser in Los Angeles, California.


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