Gothic kitten groomer sentenced for parole violation
The dog groomer from Pennsylvania (USA) who was charged with animal cruelty for trying to sell ‘gothic kittens’ on eBay was found guilty.
The woman used a 14-gauge needle to pierce her kittens’ ears and necks and she tried to sell them via eBay as a gothic kittens. She was also charged with possession of drugs in July. A jury found her guilty of animal cruelty before in February 2010 and she was given six months of house arrest and she was ordered to close her pet shop during a two-year probation period.
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Text source: citizensvoice.com; image source: daily mail
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