The woman was convicted last year of animal cruelty for hoarding over 100 cats in her RV.
A Washington woman who was convicted last year of animal cruelty for collecting more than 100 cats in a recreational trailer has been arrested in Oregon for investigation of animal neglect.
The (Everett) Herald reports 58-year-old Kathryn St. Clare was arrested in Warrenton, Ore., Monday night.
A police officer reportedly found 41 live cats and a dead one in St. Clare’s car.
She also was arrested on warrants from Snohomish County. St. Clare failed to appear for a hearing there last April.
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St. Clare likely will be extradited to Snohomish County once the Oregon case is resolved.