A 79-year-old self-described "cat lover" was given a serving of paw and orders by the local authorities, who sentenced her to more than a week in jail for distributing nibbles to neighboring mice.
In Garfield Heights, Ohio, Cleveland.com considers it a minor offense to offer food to stray dogs and cats. Nancy Segula, a resident of the city who has been cited several times for feeding stray cats, was told by a judge last week to spend ten days in prison, Fox reports.
"I do it," she told the station, "when there are so many people doing bad things."
MAINE WOMAN LOVING COPS IS ATTACHED FOR HER 93rd BIRTHDAY. "I used to have a neighbor who had some cats, and he moved away to leave them," Segula told the station. "I would always feed her and care for her because I was worried about her and a cat lover." When my neighbors got upset, they called the zookeeper. "
CLICK HERE TO THE 11. FOX NEWS APP RECEIVED 11. Cleveland.com's court records show that she was put on parole after the first citation and that the latest violation – her fourth overall – led to the conviction.
"I could not believe what my mother was" Her son Dave Pawlowski said to Fox 8. " She is being detained in the county jail for 10 days, which I could not believe.
Kira Grant of Fox News contributed to this report.