THE CASE IS NOW IN THE HANDS OF THE AUSTIN COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY!

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The wait will soon be over for those who are concerned about an Austin County veterinarian suspected of killing a cat.

Austin County Sheriff Jack Brandes says he officially turned over his investigation of the case to the Austin County District Attorney.

A rep at the DA’s office says there could be a release going out on the case real soon.

It was last week when Dr. Kristen Lindsey was fired from her job at the Washington Animal Clinic after she allegedly posted a photo of herself holding a dead cat with an arrow through its head on Facebook.

That post suggested Lindsey shot what she called a feral tomcat with a bow and arrow.

Sheriff Brandes says if charged the animal doctor could be slapped with cruelty charges.

So far we have not been able to get a comment from Lindsey.

2 Comments

  1. susan April 21, 2015 6:20 pm 

    For a vet to do something like this goes against everything they stand for. She should never work in this field again, and for that matter never be around animals for the remainder of her miserable life. BTW, that is not a feral cat. It looks like someone’s pet.

  2. Alex Jennings May 19, 2015 10:12 am 

    I’m glad that an attorney is looking over this case. It’s unfortunate that people are doing this to wild animals. I hope this district attorney is able to prosecute her.

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