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Thompson said romanisko has surrendered roughly one half of the cats and kittens thus far and quite a few have been adopted. She added that many would be good as barn cats or outdoor working cats.

Doylestown Woman Charged With Neglecting 200 Cats Enters Ard Program

Lori romanisko 56 of aspen way is expected to face criminal charges after the 136 surviving cats are medically and behaviorally evaluated said nikki thompson chief humane society police.

Lori romanisko cats. At the time of their removal from the overcrowded filthy conditions in the townhome 59 cats were found deceased and 141 living cats were all in need of immediate medical attention. In a major win for the animals the bucks county spca has been awarded ownership of the cats and kittens rescued on may 7 2019 from a doylestown property rented by lori romanisko. A bucks county judge in august awarded the cats which were removed from a rented doylestown township townhome to the bucks county spca after their previous owner lori ann romanisko 56 of.

The bcspca was initially able to negotiate surrender of some of the cats but the owner lori romanisko would not give up nearly half of the animals. Lori romanisko 56 of aspen way is expected to face criminal charges after the 136 surviving cats are medically and behaviorally evaluated said nikki thompson chief humane society police officer for the bucks county spca. Lori romanisko has entered an ard program on charges alleging she neglected 200 cats in doylestown township.

Last week a cat rescue group contacted the bucks county society for the prevention of cruelty to animals after lori romanisko 56 brought several litters of unhealthy kittens to the veterinarian. Abc reporter christie ileto identified the cat hoarder as lori romanisko whom the spca allegedly started monitoring following an anonymous compliant from a neighbor about a bad odor coming from. Lori ann romanisko 56 was charged with two misdemeanor counts of animal neglect and 278 summary offenses of animal neglect after bucks county spca officials removed 141 living and 59 dead cats.

As a result. Authorities were alerted by a neighbor who reported seeing cats in and around the property kelly said at the time.

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