Despite a decision to not yet press criminal charges against a Toledo homeowner, after the bodies of a half dozen animals were found buried on her Luann Avenue property, animal advocates were outside her Perrysburg address demanding justice.
This past weekend, some of the same volunteers that dug up the bodies of dogs named " Bones" and "Sasha", at the former site of Kathy Sutter's Northwest Ohio Underdog Rescue, gathered outside the rescue's new Wood County site demanding answers.
The protestors, and at least one animal advocacy group, allege that Kathy Sutter "at least" lied about the condition of some dogs in her care and did not report their deaths .
According to the Lexus Project, and posts on the Facebook page for Sutter's rescue, "Bones" was stolen from Sutter's Toledo kennel and "Sasha" went missing.
Instead, the bodies of both dogs, and others, were found buried in Sutter's Toledo backyard earlier this month.
WATCH: Exclusive, raw video of the backyard recovery
Last week, the executive director of the Toledo Area Humane Society said that charges could not be brought against Sutter, at this time, because a cause of death for the animals found buried on her property could not be determined.
The Wood County Humane Society has said that it has checked on the welfare of the dogs, currently in Sutter's care, and found that they were all being well taken care of.