“Two sets of news about this abuser, over 100 dogs & cats living in filth; I just prey they are well enough to come through this & go to homes were they will be loved & cared for. So take a good look at her face…because she is known for stealing dogs too! Lets hope justice is served & she is never allowed to own animals ever again!”
ABERDEEN, Miss. (WTVA) — More charges have been filed against a woman arrested after last week’s discovery of animals found living in poor conditions.
The Monroe County Sheriff’s Department says 40-year-old Cindy Ann House of Hamilton was arrested again Wednesday to face an additional 12 counts of cruelty to animals and five felony counts of dog stealing.
Her first arrest was earlier this week only on one animal cruelty charge.
The criminal case began on March 21 when deputies showed up at her home on Center Hill Road to find approximately 100 dogs and several cats.
Sheriff Cecil Cantrell says the animals were living in deplorable conditions.
Monroe County Sheriff Cecil Cantrell says Cindy Ann House, 40, was arrested Monday.
Authorities had been looking for her since the discovery of over 100 dogs and cats living at her home on Center Hill Road.
Cantrell says the animals were living in deplorable conditions.
House is currently being held at Monroe County Detention Center.