A Vanderburgh County animal rescue owner may be impacted by the new Crosley organization.

Martha Crosley, who previously pleaded guilty to five counts of animal cruelty charges in 2017, appears to be opening another animal rescue operation named Forever Homes.

Missy Mosby owner of an animal shelter under the same name, but spelled as Furever Homes fear the slightly similar name could confuse donors.

“Its very alarming because I don’t want people to get the two confused and I would hate to think someone is trying to adopt to a wonderful cause the rescue that I set up with Furever Home and actually send donations to someone that’s a convicted animal abuser.”

Mosby says although she was shocked to learn the new organization shared a similar name, she quickly found a resolution to the situation by simply changing her organization name to Buddy’s Promise Furever Home.

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(This story was originally published on January 11, 2019)