Plea Deal In Animal Abuse Case

A Kenton County woman accused of neglecting more than 100 animals makes a plea deal today.

Investigators say they found rotting carcasses and live animals in Emily Mardis's home in Visalia.

Only five dogs were left living, the other one-hundred and three animals were euthanized.

Northern Kentucky News reports Mardis denies neglecting her animals, and wants her dogs back.
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A judge will hear testimony November 6th, about whether the dogs should be returned.


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  • by Donna Location: Paris on Oct 17, 2007 at 09:41 AM
    You have got to be kidding me. 103 animals euthanized and this ignorant woman is asking for the others back. How could any judge even consider giving this woman any animals ever again. Why is he wasting his time hearing testimony? Why, Why, Why do people treat animals so cruelly and the officials just do not care enought to do anything, but maybe a fine. Big Deal. Animals are such a good part of so many peoples lives, they are the only family some elderly people have. Why treat them so badly?

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