CatTime’s top 10 cat news stories of 2013
Two-thousand and thirteen had no shortage of news involving cats, and here are the top 10 news stories of the year that got the most traffic on CatTime.com.
Best and worst states for animal protection laws in 2012
On December 19, 2012, in Kentucky, Gary L. Foster, Jr. was indicted for second-degree animal cruelty after he allegedly broke a kitten’s front legs with a golf club. Two days before Foster was indicted, the Animal Legal Defense Fund released its annual U.S. Protection Laws Rankings, a report that ranks all states in the U.S. […]
Lucky’s accused assailant charged with animal cruelty
According to the Richmond Register, a man accused of allegedly breaking a kitten’s two front legs with a golf club has been charged with second-degree animal cruelty — a class A misdemeanor that imposes a fine of no more than $500 and a sentence of 90 days to 12 months in jail. Prosecutors originally sought […]
UPDATE: “Broken cat” named Lucky gets fixed
UPDATE: According to Lex18.com, Gary Foster, Jr., 32, has been charged with torture of a cat, a felony, yesterday. Foster allegedly slammed the kitten on the ground, choked him, and then shattered his front legs with a golf club. Foster’s next court date is scheduled for October 17 at 9:00 a.m. A kitten in Lexington, […]