St. Joseph County Animal Management is asking for donations as they battle to herald the a whole bunch of recent cats.
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MI (WKZO AM/FM) — A lady is being formally charged after greater than 210 cats have been present in deplorable situations at two houses in St. Joseph County.
44-year-old Diane Pitone was arraigned on Thursday for one felony depend of animal cruelty involving greater than 25 animals.
The cost comes after St. Joseph County Animal Management received a tip on August 3rd about a home in Park Township where they found more than 150 cats in situations that have been described as unsafe for human occupation.
Then on Wednesday, greater than 60 cats have been faraway from Pitone’s boyfriend’s house in Three Rivers.
Animal management officers say a majority of the cats have been strays that Pionte introduced in and left together with her boyfriend.
The home in Three Rivers has been condemned as they work to cleanup the house and seize the remaining cats.
Pionte has not been charged for the state of affairs in Three Rivers, solely within the Park Township case.
Now, St. Joseph County Animal Management is asking for donations as they battle to herald a whole bunch of recent cats.
In a Facebook post they stated:
“We’re in want of moist and dry kitten meals, litter, pee pads, laundry detergent and bleach. We’re additionally in want of gently used child blankets. If you need to donate, please carry it on to Animal Management. If nobody is accessible you’ll be able to go away it exterior of the gate. Animal Management is quickly closed to the general public. We’re doing adoptions by appointment solely. Please name 269.467.6475, ext four to go away a message.“
The case stays below investigation at the moment.