Fired Veterinarian Will Not Face Charges For Shooting Cat With Arrow

A jury ruled that there was not enough evidence to charge Kristen Lindsey with a crime.

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The post Lindsey wrote after killing the cat. Via ABC13 KRTK Houston
The post Lindsey wrote after killing the cat. Via ABC13 KRTK Houston

Kristen Lindsey, the veterinarian in Texas who was fired after bragging on Facebook about killing a cat with an arrow, will not face animal cruelty charges. Her case was presented to a grand jury on June 24 and Lindsey was given a “No Bill,” which means that the jury considered the case against her but ultimately decided there was not enough evidence to charge her with a crime. Although Lindsey posted a photograph of herself holding the dead cat, she deleted it from Facebook before the authorities could investigate, and a subpoena “failed to produce usable evidence,” according to a statement from the Austin County District Attorney. According to KBTX, the District Attorney’s Office said that there was no way to “prove the cat was killed in a cruel manner, where/when it was killed or to even confirm the identity of the cat.”

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