A Northeast Washington woman was arrested on animal cruelty charges after she turned over to a rescue group the 42 cats she was preserving in her single-bedroom apartment, officials alleged.
Officials with the Humane Rescue Alliance had been investigating Kimberly Jean Bungard since last March when they seized two turtles and six cats from her house. They stated she failed to provide the animals with proper care. Vanguard later gave up 42 cats to the group. Authorities said many of the cats had hair loss and scabby skin as a result of fleas and were underweight. Others had untreated dental problems, exposed lesions, and skin infections, they alleged. She was picked up on a warrant Friday on accusations of animal cruelty.
Rescue officers said they also found two turtles in her home that were being held in a tank with muddy water. They had ammonia scalding on their scales and peel, the policemen stated.No creature should be driven to live in conditions as we experienced in this apartment and without adequate food, water, and medical care, said Chris Schindler, vice president of domain inspection and repairs for the Humane Rescue Alliance. Officials said most of the beasts have been invested in new families and are demonstrating improvements in their wellness.
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