Slinger woman arrested, accused of tossing cat out of vehicle after dispute at Humane Society
SLINGER — A Slinger woman has been arrested for disorderly conduct — accused of tossing her cat out of her vehicle.
It happened on Friday, August 28th.
Officials with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office say the 58-year-old woman became upset at the Washington County Humane Society after learning there would be a fee to have her cat put down.
Sheriff’s officials say the woman got into a physical altercation with some employees, and then tossed the cat out of her vehicle before leaving.
The cat was in a crate at the time, and wasn’t injured, according to Humane Society officials.
However, the cat was put down due to other ailments.