CLARK MILLS – An Oneida County woman has been arrested after more than 100 cats were taken from her home last week.
The CNY SPCA says on October 31st 54-year-old Roberta Graziadei of Millstream Court was arrested and charged with animal cruelty for allegedly “harboring over one hundred animals in unhealthy and unsanitary conditions at her residence.”
The Mattydale-based SPCA reported Monday that it would be closed for a couple of days and was in “desperate need” of cat necessities after receiving more than 100 Persian cats from Graziadei’s home.
NewsChannel 2 has reached out to Graziadei for comment.
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