Sunday, October 07, 2007

Former Nun Cited For 62 Counts Of Animal Cruelty

The SPCA was literally chasing down some animals as they were taken out of a Philadelphia row home Wednesday.

Neighbors said the women who owns the home is a former nun who just couldn't say no to taking in homeless animals.

Police said the woman was cited for 62 counts of animal cruelty, meaning she could have to pay $43,000 worth of fines.

Animal control workers wore masks Wednesday to avoid the smell that was coming from the home that contained 46 cats and 16 dogs. All of them were placed in Philadelphia Animal Control and Pennsylvania SPCA vehicles.

I can relate.
More on the story here Via NBC10

1 comment: said...

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