Pet store owner accused of animal cruelty
A pet store owner from Kentucky (USA) is has been charged with animal cruelty.
The animal control officers were shocked when they visit the pet store owned by a woman from Kentucky. Animals ranging from rats to rabbits, cats and puppies were living without electricity for more than a week, several pets didn’t have water and there were even dead goldfish laying on tables according to the employees from Bell County Animal Shelter.
The pet owner that was explaining her difficult economic situation, is scheduled to be in court on June 28 and has been charged with 57 counts of animal cruelty.
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