WOLVERHAMPTON, UK, FEBRUARY 05, 2013;
Jean Gibbons arrives at Wolverhampton Magistrates Court. See NTI story NTICRUEL. Two people who ran a charity pet rescue service in Wolverhampton kept the animals in âfilthyâ and âdisgustingâ conditions a court heard. Jean Gibbons and Lance Hebditch â ran Wulfrun Destitute Pets in Whitmore Reans, Wolverhampton. The pair have now been barred from looking after animals after they appeared at Wolverhampton Magistrates Court. They looked after dogs, a cockatoo and a rabbit among other animals. The court heard that a visit from RSPCA inspectors in November 2011 â two months after Gibbons had refused them entry onto the premises without a warrant â found animals were being mistreated. Gibbons had pleaded guilty to eight charges relating to poor care of the animals while Hebditch admitted five.